WASHINGTON, DC – The Internet Society (ISOC) is funding community-based Internet projects around the world to promote Internet access and education for underserved communities.
Funded projects will tackle issues ranging from deploying wireless networks to connect schools in Bolivia, to establishing a regional Internet training center in Armenia, to educating senior citizens in France, to promoting Internet access for underserved communities.
As part of the ISOC Community Grants Programme, each project will receive up to US$10,000 for efforts that promote the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world.
The Internet Society Community Grants are awarded twice each year.
he next application round for funding will open 1 September 2009. For more information about these projects and details of the Community Grants Programme, see:
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