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    Closing the Divide: HP’s Digital Equity Accelerator Takes on Digital Inequalities in Poland and Beyond

    HP has launched its Digital Equity Accelerator program in Poland to address digital inequalities. This initiative, part of a global effort, aims to prioritize challenges related to digital equality in Poland, Brazil, and Canada.

    The program, a collaboration between HP Inc. and the HP Foundation, is open for applications from non-profit organizations in these countries until March 1, 2024. Over the past two years, it has assisted 17 organizations worldwide in reaching 8.1 million new individuals.

    Michele Malejki, Global Head of Social Impact at HP Inc. and Director of the HP Foundation, emphasized the importance of digital equality, stating, “At HP, we believe in the power of technology to create a more inclusive future where everyone can connect.”

    The digital gap, valued at over $1 trillion, hinders access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities worldwide. Through this program, HP aims to provide essential resources like hardware, connectivity, and digital skills, particularly addressing rural and refugee communities in Poland.

    As the digital gap widens, HP’s initiative aims to equip individuals with the skills needed for employment. HP’s commitment extends to its vision to accelerate digital equality for 150 million people by 2030.

    For more information, interested organizations can visit the initiative’s website. HP Inc., a global leader in technology solutions, is working towards a more equitable and connected future, particularly in Poland’s journey towards digital inclusion.

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