Digital Divide Data – Cambodia, Laos & Kenya

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Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a social enterprise that delivers digital content, data and research services to clients worldwide. Customers receive high-quality competitively priced digital content services. At the same time, DDD’s innovative social model enables talented youth from low-income families in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya to access professional opportunities and earn lasting higher income. This model, established by DDD in 2001, is now called “impact sourcing”and has been implemented by dozens of firms around the world. Featured in Thomas L. Friedman’s The World is Flat as an example of socially responsible outsourcing, DDD’s clients include Reader’s Digest, Harvard Business School, New York Daily News,, British Library, UNICEF, The World Bank, and Stanford University.

The innovative work/study program that is core to DDD’s social enterprise enables young women and men from very poor families to gain work experience plus access to higher education. As a result, they secure professional jobs and earn lasting higher incomes, breaking the cycle of poverty. Since 2001, the projected increase in lifetime earnings for youth in DDD’s program is more than $250 million.

DDD works with clients small and large, local and multi-national, to transform content for greater access, preservation, value and analysis. Clients choose DDD for its expertise, quality, client service and social responsibility. Since 2001, DDD has delivered hundreds of successful data, content and research projects. Each one is designed to meet the unique goals and requirements and goals of its clients.

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