Peru

Peru ADOC centers

From 2005 to 2013 June, 14 ADOC Centers have been established in Peru and 100,518 people have received training. These centers focus mainly on trainers’ training, women and children’s ICT skills, and strengthen local SMEs’ e-commerce abilities.

PROMPERU, Lima (2005)

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

 

This signing contract ceremony will benefit a lot of peruvians and they will have the advantage to get the information and access to the ICTs. ADOC Secretariat from Chinese Taipei, for that reason, donated notebooks, desktops, LCDs and more than 50 computer items for the ADOC Centers located in Peru.
ADOC partner website:http://www.promperu.gob.pe/

CCL, Lima (2006)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://ccltelecentroadoc.wordpress.com/

ADEX, Lima (2006)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.

SNI, Lima (2007)       

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://www.sni.org.pe/

PROMPEX, Arequipa (2007) 

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://www.promperu.gob.pe/

Lambayeque, Chiclayo (2008)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://www.cclam.org.pe/

AISPPA, Arequipa (2008)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.

Yachay Wasi, Arequipa (2008)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://ticyachaywasi.blogspot.tw/

Lord Byron School (2008)

Project ADOC was founded by Chinese Taipei in 2005 and this year began the second phase of this project named ADOC 2.0 in Peru.

The main purpose for this project is to avoid the existing digital divide by the usage of ICTs. Till now, more than 20000 peruvians were trained in different kind of programs and that is why ADOC Secretariat, located in Taipei, was very excited and decided to continue with the cooperation of the most importants institutions in Peru.

The peruvian partners of this ADOC Project are: PROMPERU Lima and Arequipa, Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX), Camara de Comercio de Lima (CCL), Sociedad Nacional de Industrias (SNI), Camara de Comercio y Produccion de Lambayeque (CCPL), Lord Byron School, Yachay Wasi, AISPPA and Gobierno Regional La Libertad.
ADOC partner website:http://www.byron.edu.pe/

Gobiemo Reginal La Libertad (2009)

The regional government of La Libertad inaugurated the ADOC 2.0 Digital Center on April 29th of 2009, under the local initiative of Support and Fostering of Small Enterprises program. The General Secretary of the ADOC Project, Gary Gong, attended the event as well as Mr. Lien-Sheng Huang, Representative of the Economic and Cultural office of Taipei in Peru.

The ADOC Secretariat and La Libertad regional government agreed to establish an ADOC 2.0 Digital Center which aims to bridging the digital divide among Peruvians, facilitating the use and access to ICT and providing the necessary training, especially to children, women, and other disadvantaged groups.

Mujer y Sociedad (2011)

APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Secretariat is proud to open three new ADOC Centers in cooperation with local partners: Mujer y Sociedad, World Vision Peru and Colegio Mayor Secundario Presidente del Peru on May 20th, 2011. These ADOC Centers sponsored by ASUS Foundation aim to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and children, 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. These ADOC centers seek to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.
ADOC partner website:http://adocmys.wordpress.com/

Presidente (2011)

APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Secretariat is proud to open three new ADOC Centers in cooperation with local partners: Mujer y Sociedad, World Vision Peru and Colegio Mayor Secundario Presidente del Peru on May 20th, 2011. These ADOC Centers sponsored by ASUS Foundation aim to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and children, 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. These ADOC centers seek to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.
ADOC partner website:http://www.colegiomayor.edu.pe/

Huancavelica (2011)

APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Secretariat is proud to open three new ADOC Centers in cooperation with local partners: Mujer y Sociedad, World Vision Peru and Colegio Mayor Secundario Presidente del Peru on May 20th, 2011. These ADOC Centers sponsored by ASUS Foundation aim to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and children, 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. These ADOC centers seek to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.

ADOC opened its first large Digital Opportunity Training Center and project office in Peru in 2005 with the generous support of its local partner, PROMPERU. ADOC has opened 10 centers in Peru until 2010. Thus far, around 50,000 Peruvians have received training at the ADOC centers in Lima, Arequipa, Chiclayo and Lambayeque. These centers are the fruits of cooperative effort between Peru’s public and private sectors and the ADOC Secretariat Office in Chinese Taipei. Three new ADOC centers in Lima and Huancavelica opened today will aim to train around 750 women and children during its first year of operation.

Chanquil (2012)

APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Secretariat is proud to open a new ADOC Centers in cooperation with World Vision Peru on May 28th, 2012. This ADOC Center sponsored by ASUS Foundation aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for women and children, and local community that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer. This new ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.