The global crisis has exposed the vulnerability of humanity. Infosys Foundation committed INR120 crore, (nearly US$16 mn), to COVID-19 relief in India.
National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) Partnership: NDLM was initiated by the Government of India, with the vision to empower at least one person per household with crucial Digital Literacy Skills by 2020. Infosys Foundation has benefitted more than 15,000 people in this project, of which around 1800-2000 are persons with disabilities.
Read more in our Annual Foundation Reports here Infosys Foundation - Supporting Underprivileged Sections of Society
The Infosys Foundation USA was founded in 2008 to expand computer science and maker education to K-12 students and teachers across the United States, specifically working to increase access to communities that are traditionally under-represented in these fields. Through its programming, the Infosys Foundation USA has reached over 1 mn teachers and 23 mn students since its inception. Pathfinders Online Institute- To reach the K-12 community in the US, which had largely pivoted to remote learning, the Infosys Foundation USA expanded the newly launched digital learning institute to provide computer science and maker education programming and resources for teachers, students, and families.
Read more about Infosys Foundation activities here Infosys Foundation USA
Some of our many D&I partnerships include