Fundación Telefónica Argentina is a member of RedEAmérica, a website created in 2002 with 55 corporate foundations and private Latin American companies. These work directly or indirectly in basic development projects aimed at increasing organizational abilities in communities with limited resources, in order to help reduce poverty. Since 2006, members in Argentina have been developing a program to promote better local educational opportunities for children. Many times, the basic rights of these children have been violated. The program conducts three projects in different parts of the country, benefiting more than 1,700 children and adolescents: “Building Collective Learning Spaces", “Reestablishing Bonds" and the “Cultural Center for Fairness".
With the aim of providing Internet connections to thousands of Peruvian schools, the Peruvian Ministry of Education began this project six years ago. Its goal was to extend educational services to the poorest and most remote areas of the country through distance learning programs. Fundación Telefónica has been involved since the start of this program, installing a technological platform that supports public educational services. To date, the Huascarán Program has benefited more than 1,000 primary and secondary schools, with more than 1.6 million students.