Bridging the Digital Divide
Despite remarkable technological advances in some quarters and the resultant wealth and other opportunities this affords, the gap between the Internet haves and have-nots tends to be more of a chasm than a mere gap. More than 80% of people in the world have never ever heard a dial tone, surfed the Web, let alone received computer training. FCF's mission partners are working in developing countries to change that.
Computer Literacy Main Page
Nigeria: IT Training Center 
education for unemployed youth.
Indonesia: Computer donation and installation in needy institutions. Cambodia: Basic computer skills opens major economic doors.

South Africa: Computer skills for the underprivileged.

Romania: Providing high-school- aged orphans with new hope. Chile: Vocational Training School hosting comprehensive computer lab

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