Mexico

Mexico ADOC Centers

From 2009 to 2013 June, 6 ADOC Centers have been established in Mexico and around 14,022 people have received training. These centers focus mainly on trainers’ training, women and children’s ICT skills, and strengthen local SMEs’ e-commerce abilities.

ISTON, Obregon (2009)

On August 18th, 2009, the city of Obregon inaugurated their first ADOC 2.0 Center after Mexico had agreed to become the eighth partner in the ADOC project.

This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer and e-Commerce. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.

ISTON, Navojoa (2009)

This center was established On August 18th, 2009.

Ever since, this center has gradually evolved into an important opportunity for local residents to obtain necessary basic computing skills. As it was expressed by their own representatives; ”This center pretends to develop in a short time and with adults from our community, the basics competencies in the usage of information and communication technologies, since our adult people from the past generation were educated into information and printed cultures and these new abilities will be necessary to use as a new life style into this digital knowledge society”.

This center was established with the cooperation of the Institute of Technology of Sonora (ITSON).ADOC and ITSON work closely together to provide the ICT-related training that is in high demand in the community of Obregon.

Guanjuato (2010)

This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer and e-Commerce. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.
ADOC partner website:http://www.guanajuatocapital.gob.mx/

Civil, Ciudad Juarez (2011)

open a new ADOC Center in cooperation with Asociación Civil in Ciudad Juarez on May 16th, 2011. This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer and e-Commerce. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet. The training provided by ADOC centers includes not only ICT basic skills but also e-commerce and e-trading practices in order to empower the trainees with the ability to generate income and to improve quality of life. In collaboration with APEC PMEs, 69 ADOC centers have been established, and around 165,000 people have received training from August 2004 to December 2010.

Temoaya (2011)

November 23th, 2011. This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for local community and children that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.
ADOC partner website:http://www.temoaya.gob.mx/

Calimaya (2012)

May 31st, 2012. This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer and e-Commerce. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet. These centers are the fruits of cooperative effort between Mexico’s public and private sectors and the ADOC Secretariat in Chinese Taipei.