Category: Nonprofit Partner Overviews

  • Education Builds Employability for Students from Under-resourced Communities in Brazil and Argentina

    Free Training for Better Opportunities in the Digital Economy  Fundación Compromiso provides free training in digital trades to generate employability in the digital economy for students over 16 years old with socioeconomic barriers in Brazil and Argentina. Through their network of hybrid learning centers and their educational platform,’ Potrero Digital’, over 6,000 students currently access…

    Image of educators at Fundacion Compromiso gathered around a laptop

  • Educational Programs Anchored in Reading and Play Combat Inequality in São Paulo, Brazil

    Economic Disparity and Educational Disadvantages There are significant disparities in access to quality education in Brazil, with children in underserved communities facing substantial educational disadvantages. This inequality hinders the full development of these children and youth, limiting their future prospects.  Uplifting Education Through Literacy and Play Working against these disparities and located within the second…

    Pro-Saber SP educator speaking to a room of learners

  • Supporting Learners in São Paulo with Efficient Technology Solutions

    Inequalities in São Paulo, Brazil In São Paulo, Brazil, there is a wide disparity between the affluent city center and areas on the outskirts where many experience poor socioeconomic and environmental conditions. Communities face adversities including lack of income, risk of violence, socio-emotional weaknesses, and lack of access to healthcare. Teaching How to Fish, Feeding…

    Students from Arrastão Projecto in São Paulo, Brazil in a computer lab

  • Welcoming New NGO Partners in Latin America

    We’re excited to announce 4 new strategic NGO partners joining Team4Tech’s community from Latin America! Chosen from a group of 66 NGO applicants representing 15 different countries, this select group increases Team4Tech’s partner presence in Latin America and the Caribbean to 7 total education NGOs. Each selected education organization will receive an annual $15,000 matching…


  • Digital Literacy with Learners in Tanzania

    Limited Access to Education  Many young people across Tanzania are not able to access the key driver of social change: education. Almost 70% of children ranging from age 14 to 17 are not enrolled in secondary education, and these rates are significantly lower for girls. For those students who are able to attend secondary school,…


  • Skill Building with Vietnet-ICT

    Development of a Digitized Training Curriculum   With many countries around the world in midst of a technological revolution, youth in Vietnam, especially those in disadvantaged areas, need access to skills such as digital literacy, creativity, teamwork, communication, critical thinking, and complex problem-solving skills.  Access to Assistance Programs for the Digital World Vietnet-ICT, established in 2007, promotes…


  • Impacting Young Learners with Blue Sapphire Hub Foundation

    Youth Lacking Digital Skills Many people in Nigeria find it difficult to access the internet, and even in places where these networks exist, internet access is still inefficient and costly. Many also lack the resources to own smartphones or computers to access these services. The Northern Nigeria technology ecosystem is still at its early stage;…


  • Empowering the Growth of Learners with Monitoring and Evaluation

    Educating Young Girls Girls living in urban slum communities often have few rights and are barred from securing quality education. According to UNICEF, 129 million girls around the world are out of school where 32 million are primary school age. Due to that, they lack the access to self development tools and resources. Ek Tara…


  • Bringing Digital Skills into Education

    Strengthening Education Service Delivery In Arunachal Pradesh (India), 43% of the students and 90% of schools have limited access to digital devices and internet connectivity (India, (NAS 2021). This impedes teacher productivity and weakens the foundation of a child’s learning. Moreover, the limitations of getting real-time data hinder the ability of government officials to make…


  • Expanding Opportunities in India with Barefoot College International

    Employment Opportunities for Women Worldwide The World Bank estimates that globally, over 2.7 billion women are legally restricted from having the same job options as men. To provide people in low-resource contexts with the skills to thrive in the future – especially women – education is a critical development goal that goes beyond foundational skills…