for a Global Citizenship


As part of its commitment to building a global citizenship that promotes socio-environmental justice
and gender equity, in particular for the most vulnerable contexts, the Alboan Foundation has
implemented digital actions to enhance its interventions and projects.

By digitalising, Alboan aims to transform its processes and address current challenges in an effective
way, extending its reach to provide meaningful and sustainable support to the people it accompanies.

The digital actions that Alboan prioritises are focused on improving attention to beneficiaries and, as
such, it is updating the design and ease of use of its web portals to enable more people to use them.

Because transparency with its social base is a core aspect of the organisation, it has developed a
mobile app to improve communication cycles and thus contribute to Alboan’s sustainability.
Training the team in digital skills has also been key for this digital transformation.

for Accompaniment


The ECCA Foundation’s cornerstone is to provide access to the new digital environment for people in vulnerable situations – migrants, people with disabilities and young people at risk of exclusion – via online learning modules and group tutorials. The foundation believes that training linked to digital tools will offer those benefiting from it new possibilities and realities.

As part of the ECCA Foundation’s constant search to improve its care and accompaniment for migrants, it has implemented digital tools for courses on language teaching, technology and employability, which are run in conjunction with The Jesuit Migrant Service Spain (SJM). Because evaluation and accountability are key actions for the ECCA Foundation, it has implemented a monitoring system that includes indicators to define the organisation’s strategic intervention, allowing for its activities to be tracked. In addition, the organisation is working on its own impact measurement app.

As part of its business approach, the organisation is steadfast when it comes to having a cybersecurity strategy as well as a tool for detecting risks and attacks.

To improve the efficiency and optimisation of its projects and processes the foundation is also digitalising internally.

Similarly, through quality training and the creation of handbooks, the internal team is being trained on how to use the new digital tools that have been introduced.

for Education


As part of its work to defend the right to education of people everywhere, especially those living in vulnerable situations, Entreculturas works – using digitalisation – to improve access to education and to improve the development and reach of its projects. It has also worked to improve its digital communication tools, such as its website and its digital strategy.

As one of the organisation’s core pillars is transparency it has launched an in-depth study of its social base in order to understand perceptions and areas where communication can be improved.

With a view to improving assistance to beneficiaries, it has developed and disseminated materials that are accessible for people with disabilities (thanks to the use of simplified language); it has also used digital tools to create a campaign aimed at young people to prevent hate speech and to promote gender equality.

As part of its internal digital transformation strategy, Entreculturas has improved the optimisation and digitalisation of its organisational processes to increase efficiency.

for Welcoming


The Jesuit Migrant Service Spain (SJM) is a network of entities linked to the Society of Jesus: these entities operate in a number of cities across the Iberian Peninsula and work to defend the rights of migrants and their full access to citizenship. Via this digitalisation project, and in its pursuit to expand its reach and visibility, it is setting up a strategy to digitally transform the entities that make up the network.

For SJM, and as part of its strategic intervention, evaluating social impact is fundamental and this is why it has worked on designing and implementing a monitoring and evaluation system for the activities carried out by the network.

Knowledge generation for digital competence is a key element for the network. Consequently, and as part of this digitalisation project, a study has been conducted on the impact the digital divide has on migrants’ access to rights. With beneficiaries at the heart of their activities, SJM and the ECCA Foundation have set up training courses for 900 people, helping them use electronic devices to learn languages, improve professional and digital skills and increase cybersecurity.

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