Internet for All will create tens of millions of new internet users across initially 3 country programs (Northern Corridor in Africa, Argentina, India) within three years through the development of new and innovative collaboration models. These include both cross-industry and public-private approaches which will be sustained by country-level platform structures. Further, Internet for All will deliver a global digital and social platform where leaders from government, donors, the private sector, and civil society can collaborate to scale and replicate internet inclusion activities. Internet for All’s global and country platforms will endure after the end of the three-year grant period, allowing continued collaboration and further accelerating the creation of a digital economy and society through a sustainable and country-owned process. Internet for All will also document the processes and methodologies developed to allow countries and regions to launch Internet for All-type projects on their own.
By the end of 2019, at least 60 million new internet users created through Internet for All’s unique collaborative approach, which will have become a proven methodology that other organizations can adopt to accelerate internet inclusion globally.