Digital support

Digital support for multicultural organisations

Opening hours

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 13-16.
Yuri is best reached during service hours,
but you can also contact her outside service hours.

Yuri Kitaba

050 551 1821

yuri.kitaba@moniheli.fi

English, Finnish, Japanese 

For whom

Digital support helps multicultural organisations , whose target groups are foreign-language speakers and immigrants living in Finland. The support is specifically targeted at their needs, such as working in the online environment, communication and digital skills.

For example:
  • Organising events and meetings online
  • Official online services related to organisational work
  • Use of social media channels
  • Managing devices in everyday work such as the use of laptops and phones
  • Developing digital support for the clients
Remote Support:

By phone and email. A video call can be arranged if needed.

Contact information
  • Phone number: +358 (0)50 551 1821
    You can leave a message on WhatsApp or text message and leave a call back request for digital support.
  • Email address: yuri.kitaba@moniheli.fi
  • For changes and exceptions to opening hours, please visit our Facebook page.

 

During the DigiUp project, we will create multilingual and plain language materials to help people working in the associations find suitable forms of activities and develop their operations. We will also map associations' clients' needs in the development of digital support.

Languages: English, Finnish, Japanese

Russian support: Digituki arkeen project (SVK ry).

Цифровая поддержка на русском языке:
«Помощь в цифровых буднях» (Организация Русскоязычные Финляндии).

Useful digital supporters

Suomi.fi

Contact details of digital support actors: national and regional support providers such as libraries and Ohjaamo, associations, etc.

Citizens Advice Centre (FI, SV, EN)

Citizens Advice is a telephone and chat service that helps citizens to use the services of public authorities.

Iraqi Women's Association

INY's Towards a Working Life (TeKo) project offers digital courses as part of their activities. The project aims to promote the employment of migrant women and prevent exclusion.

SVK ry

Digital support for Russian-speaking migrants.

Skills and learning

Database