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Internet Society Foundation announces skills development grants

Tuesday 9 June 2020 | 11:03 CET | News
The Internet Society Foundation launched a new grant programme that aims to expand economic growth, improve health outcomes, and increase educational opportunities by supporting individuals and communities to more knowledgeably and skillfully use the internet. In its pilot year, the Strengthening Communities, Improving Lives and Livelihoods (SCILLS) programme is open to eligible organisations in Bangladesh, Colombia, and Senegal. The organisation said it will expand the programme to additional countries in coming years. Grants of up to USD 150,000 will be awarded to organisations for projects

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Internet Society
Countries: World
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