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  • We set up ready-to-use computer rooms with all the necessary equipment such as computers, printers and so on

  • We train local teachers in different levels of computer literacy who can then transmit these skills to students

  • The computer rooms are the first step in empowering people to become self-sufficient in using computers

  • These rooms are in Cameron, Burkina Faso, Haiti, Cuba and other countries we work in


  • We create awareness about e-waste, the digital divide and the benefits of reuse

  • We set up information kiosks in educational institutions and at relevant events in Montreal and elsewhere in Quebec

  • We offer creative workshops in making jewellery and decorative objects with discarded electronic partsonents

  • The goal of the learning centres is sharing knowledge and facilitating community development with the help of ICTs

  • Once computer literate, an individual can access information and share knowledge

  • Our two learning centers are Cameroon and Haiti

  • This project was executed with the support of the International Organization of the Francophonie

  • Learn more about the learning centers

Local: We offer the opportunity to intern in our Montreal office in the following areas:

  • Maintenance & computer repair

  • Communication and promotion

  • Social networking

  • Fundraising

International: internships through Micro-Recyc with our partner organizations in Burkina Faso, Cameroo &, Haiti (more information in French)

In the past we also offered some internships through Québec Sans Frontiers (Quebec Without Borders)

  • Solidarity journeys are open to adults who want to support our partner organizations in developing countries

  • The possible destinations are Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Haiti

  • You decide how much time you want to spend there

  • Combine solidarity work with the pleasures of travel; discover the beauty of these regions, their cuisine and local culture

  • Contact us for is you're intersted


Operating from Montreal, we collect and refurbish donated IT equipment, send it to developing countries and do public education on e-waste in Quebec, Canada. We provide computers to educational institutions and establish Learning Centres.
  • We collect a set of computers from your office or home

  • People bring their computers to our office at 7000 Park Avenue (ave. du Parc), office 310 in Montreal (Monday to Friday; 9 am to 5 pm)

  • We also collect them at information kiosks in Montreal and certain collection points in the province of Quebec

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