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Educational content to help the digitally excluded

Social actionEducationÎle-de-France
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WeTechCare finances:
5 people supported via free webinars on basic digital skills
3,603 €17,000 €
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The digitization of essential services and administrative procedures is now an obstacle to social and professional integration for people who lack basic digital skills. According to the Digital Barometer, 35% of French people say they have at least one difficulty with digital (lack of equipment, connection, or skills). However, social support workers don't always have the time, tools or skills themselves to help their clients with digital matters.


This is why WeTechCare has created the LesBonsClics project, to help those in the field to take action for the digital inclusion of audiences in difficulty. LesBonsClics is a web platform offering free, turnkey educational content to train people with digital difficulties. LesBonsClics also offers webinars to raise awareness of digital issues among social players and share best practices.
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Recent result

Since its creation in 2017, the LesBonsClics platform has already been used by more than50,000 social-professional caregivers (voluntary associations, social workers...) to support their audiences digitally. By 2021, WeTechCare estimated that 560,000 people in difficulty had been trained via the educational content offered on

The money will be used for

Funds will be used directly to finance the educational team to run webinars to raise awareness and train social actors on the challenges of digital inclusion.


Thanks to this project, WeTechCare aims to run 100 webinars for social actors in 2023. These webinars will engage these field players on the subject of digital inclusion, help them discover useful resources, and in fine, put them in a position to support their audiences on digital. With 100 webinars hosted, that's approximately 100,000 people who will be able to be supported in the field.
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