How is Impacto Digital financed?

In addition to the social commitment, professionalism and creativity that we pour into each of our initiatives, we understand that transparency is a fundamental pillar when creating innovative solutions to social problems. The trust that our allies, financiers, donors and beneficiaries have in us is our main asset, and that is why we want anyone to be able to access our transparency report with just one click.
We want you to know how much money we get and what we spend it on.


During 2021 we promoted 4 programs, 6 virtual courses, 11 human rights campaigns and 3 strengthening projects for social organizations. We did all of this in El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, the United States, Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia, Guatemala and Argentina, because we believe in the development of technology for the common good.


Technological development and access to technology are not separate discussions. While 99 percent of the population became poorer during the pandemic, the fortunes of the 10 richest billionaires on the planet doubled (Source: Oxfam), largely thanks to the concentration of markets produced precisely by new technologies.


For the past two years, the pandemic and technology have been articulated in ambiguous ways. On the one hand, despite intermittent isolation, technology has allowed us to stay more connected than ever. Science pressed the accelerator fully and a few months into the confinements we already had instant tests, nanotechnology masks and a vaccine developed in record time. But at the same time, inequality deepened. More than a year after the first shot, vaccination rates in high-income countries are seven times higher than in African countries. At this rate, Africa will not reach the 70 percent vaccinated threshold until August 2024.


But there are other ways out of this crisis. At Impacto Digital we believe in putting innovation and technological development at the service of human rights, and for this reason we develop and campaign for free access technology and open license (if you want, you can visit our campus and learn about some of the free courses that we launched this year). We believe that technological innovation must be at the service of the energy transition, the elimination of gender inequality, the end of racism and transphobia, and the guarantee of a dignified aging. We believe in the right to mental health, in the active participation of young people and in the construction of work spaces free of discrimination.


I hope you like what we do. If you would like to support us so that we can continue to defend Human Rights in an efficient, innovative, transparent, and participatory way, you can donate to Impacto Digital and join our donor community.


For a 2022 with more hugs, less pandemic (enough please!) and less inequality.


Manu Aguilera
Executive Director

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General data 2021

We work for a world where technology and innovation are at the service of human rights
Financing received in Impacto Digital
International agencies and embassies. 58,55%

USD 153.159,34

Individual donors. 1,94% 

USD 5.085,56

Foundations and companies. 33,82%

USD 88.467,55

State institutions.


USD 3.095,43

Term deposits. 0,57%


USD 1.481,94

Reserve 2020. 3,93%


USD 10.288,30



USD 261.578,12

Impacto Digital Expenses

Expenses of Management Board.



USD 27.025,44

Administrative and accounting expenses. 3,33%

USD 8.543,81

Institutional Communication. 2,82%

USD 7.222,46

Institutional Development. 6,45%

USD 16.520,35

Programs. 30,44%


USD 77.992,61

Human Rights communication campaigns and projects. 13,13%


USD 33.637,66

Digital education projects.



USD 15.067,03

Projects to strengthen community organizations. 3,81%


USD 9.770,39

Reserve fund for ongoing programs.



USD 55.156,24



USD 261.578,12

*Although the expenses were in Argentine pesos, we expressed them in USD for our international allies. The calculation is an estimate and the value of the official dollar of June 2021 ($95.75) is taken as a reference..

2021 program data

Logo Hire Trans
We work for a more diverse and inclusive world, where formal work is a right for everyone.

We accompany trans people to join the workplace: We open job searches, apply for all kinds of jobs, and train companies, organizations, and the state in diversity to ensure a safe space. Also in 2021, we launched the panel of trans entrepreneurs so that all trans people who work independently or have businesses can advertise their products and/or services.

Program income and expenses



USD 30.660,50



USD 7.537,52

Web Development.


USD 1.823,50

Festival for Trans Labor Inclusion.


USD 6.639,92

Massive virtual trainings.



USD 2.568,98

New virtual courses.



USD 5.720,89




USD 1.709,66



USD 56.660,97

Trans people found work.
People trained on diversity and gender
companies and organizations accompany us and work with the program
ventures published in the panel
Merlina Ema
Merlina Emma
Psychology student

They contacted me after a few months and approached me with a job offer.” The whole process of interviews and others was much more enjoyable than the experiences I had outside of Contratá Trans. The truth is that the whole team is a very pleasant space. I am very grateful for the job they helped me get

Logo Care Well

We work for a world committed to the people who care, and where we all have the right to be cared.

A space conceived and designed for family members who accompany and care for dependent elderly people. We offer free training and tools on caregiving to accompany those who care.

Income and Expenses



USD 5.159,27

Audiovisual Production.


USD 3.161,36

Communication and dissemination.


USD 591,14

Web Development.


USD 537,86

Academic Consulting.



USD 532,64




USD 821,93



USD 10.804,20

0 %
Of the course and training participants managed to improve care habits.
New asynchronous course content modules.
Live participants of synchronous trainings.
Views on the YouTube channel in the last quarter of 2021.

Gloria Aguiara

Family Caregiver, virtual course participant
From my point of view, with all the knowledge and tools that I have learned in taking good care, they helped me to see my mother’s behavior as a disease and to take it from another perspective, and that greatly improved communication and performance. Mine as well as hers we are both much better. Infinite thanks! A hug for the whole group of care well they are great
Logo ItsSexEd
We work for a world where young people are guaranteed their sexual and (non) reproductive rights
In alliance with FUSA AC, with the support of UNFPA, Sporlight Initiative, UNAIDS and Fos Feminista, and in co-creation with the youth table, the program seeks to contribute to the implementation of Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) in Argentina. Starting in 2021, also in Guatemala, Peru, Bolivia and Paraguay through the real participation of young people to prevent gender-based violence and the transmission of HIV and other STDs.
Income and Expenses



USD 12.819,84

Youth Board.


USD 2.924,28

Web Development.


USD 731,07

Training and technical support for projects.


USD 6.475,20

Communication and dissemination of projects.



USD 4.812,96




USD 3.386,26




USD 172,32



USD 31.321,93

Adolescents and young people went through a process of incubation or accompaniment
Alliances with public organizations
Countries with program presence (Argentina, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru and Bolivia)
Visits to the revamped website
Lucía de Mateo
Member of ESIxELLAS
Participating in EsConESI was an enriching experience in every way. With my group we not only had the opportunity to carry out our project, but we were also able to be protagonists of it, leading it and having valuable exchanges with public organizations and support from the coordination

We work for a world free of racism

We seek to make visible the Afro-descendant populations that were made invisible in the history of Latin America to recognize their contributions and promote the implementation of more inclusive public policies. We produced a virtual festival that linked many countries on the continent and we facilitated training for companies.

Income and Expenses



USD 4.156,66

Communication and dissemination.


USD 4.116,97

Web Development.



USD 859,61




USD 250,65



USD 9.383,89

Alliances registered within the framework of the festival
Views of the festival on YouTube
Visits to the website
People in companies trained in anti-racism
Alí Delgado

Programs like “Dale Más Afro” are super important in Argentina and the region because they aim to make the Afro-descendant peoples of America visible. Beyond that people can know what it is to be Afro-descendant, what is relevant is that they can understand all the human, cultural, social, economic, historical and political contribution in the construction of the nations in which we live.

Communication and human rights campaigns and projects

We also like to manage projects and events for a limited time, produce courses and campaigns with a positive social impact with a human rights perspective and, obviously, promoting innovation. Look at everything we did in 2021!

Virtual events
Communication Campaign
Virtual Products

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