Working together for digital capacity development.
Digital-Capacity.org is a portal developed by the UN to promote holistic, inclusive approaches to digital capacity development and facilitate knowledge sharing.
Find Training Providers:
With the database of digital capacity development providers, you can find a curated and filterable information on training opportunities in the field of digital technologies offered by the world’s leading training providers.
Engage with digital development experts:
Engage with digital development experts Get access to the global presence and specialized expertise of the UNDP and ITU by connecting to the ITU-UNDP Joint Facility for Global Digital Capacity.
Scale the impact of your digital capacity initiative
Scale Impact: Join the Multi-Stakeholder Network Join the Multi-Stakeholder Network and engage with a community of practice, share ideas, and understand the broader picture.
Explore the Digital Capacity Database.
The digital capacity database allows you to find providers for key
digital skills. You can filter by region, focus area, price, and more.
Find The Right Training Providers.
The world is shifting from analog to digital faster than ever before, further exposing the vast promise and peril of new technologies. While the digital era has brought society many benefits, we also face challenges such as growing digital divides, cyber threats, and human rights violations online.
Recognizing this, the United Nations Secretary-General launched his ‘Roadmap for Digital Cooperation’ (A/74/821) in June 2020. The Roadmap includes a set of recommended actions for the international community with the aim to ensure all people are ‘Connected, Respected, and Protected’ in the digital age. The Roadmap is the result of a multi-stakeholder, global consultation effort building on the recommendations made by the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation convened from July 2018 to June 2019.
With regards to Digital Capacity Building, the Roadmap specified the need for better collaboration and coordination on providing capacity building support. To this end, the roadmap specified two key actions:
The launch of a Multi-Stakeholder Network (MSN) to promote holistic, inclusive approaches to digital capacity development for sustainable development.
List The launch of a Joint Facility between ITU and UNDP,Item