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09/04/2015 - 21st April 2015: Google sets date for all websites to update
The existence of websites that don’t comply with responsive web design standards, and so don’t display correctly on mobile phones and tablets, is leading to lost opportunities for organisations and delays in the development of the Information Society. iWith.org and Google are aiming to address this situation with a set of concrete proposals.

29/11/2013 - UFeed: Stop hunger through an app on your mobile.
Helping has never been so easy, we’ve many to share and now we can do it with just a few clicks.

30/10/2013 - Check out the new and fresh look of our web-site!
Maybe we said goodbye to our Summer holidays, but our enthusiasm is still unabated. We are happy to announce that since a couple of days you can see a new, fresher look of our website!

Prepared with the standards that we offer as a service, with a modern responsive layout adaptable for smartphones and mobile devices, our website is easier to navigate than ever.

07/11/2012 - iWith in ‘One app for Caritas’ Contest
iWith was really glad to have participated in the contest that took place last month ‘One app for Caritas’.

06/01/2011 - Did the Three Kings bring you a new phone? Don't throw it away: Movilízate por la selva!
Through “Movilízate por la selva” (mobile recycling campaign), we support the sustainability, peace and conservation of Africa education programmes of the Jane Goodall Institute.

19/10/2009 - Mobile Phone Recycling Campaign to Protect the Environment
The mobile phones that we all use and enjoy, without thinking much about the production process, are full of the mineral coltrane. The number of genocides in the Congo that are related to the recovery of coltrane grow every day. It is a shame worldwide where other ecological tragedies of great magnitude should also be added. Nevertheless, more than thirty businesses, the majority of them Western, continue importing minerals from the Congo, regardless of such tragic politics. Easy equation.








 



 
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