A platform for obtaining a voucher for 200 euros for the purchase of gadgets has been opened

The Taxisnet platform for applying for a €200 teacher voucher was launched yesterday as part of the Digital Care II program.

The application platform opened on Wednesday, May 11 so that Digital Care II teachers who are eligible for a voucher can purchase a laptop, tablet or desktop computer needed for work. dikaiologitika.gr.

The new voucher cycle is addressed to:

  1. teachers and members of special teaching and support staff, without social or other criteria, who work in public or private schools,
  2. families affected by fires that broke out in Greece from July 27, 2021 to August 13, 2021, who have dependent family members attending educational institutions in the country.

The new cycle of the “Ψηφιακή Μέριμνα” program, in line with the first one already implemented (under which more than 500,000 young people aged 4 to 24 were supported), will distribute to beneficiaries vouchers for 200 euros for the purchase of technological equipment (tablets, laptops, stationary computers).

Program beneficiaries can be informed about the program “Ψηφιακή Μέριμνα II” on the website and apply on the electronic platform beneficiary.digital-access.gov.gr/. Applications can be submitted until July 8, 2022.

As soon as your application is received, you will be informed about the progress of the verification (if you qualify) and receive an SMS on your mobile phone.

Checks can be used until September 30, 2022 for the purchase of approved technological equipment of the choice of beneficiaries. The register of approved suppliers and equipment is available for review on the website www.ktpae.gr/erga/ψιική-μέριμνα-ιι/.

Beneficiaries can use the vouchers to either cover the total cost of the equipment of their choice, or cover a portion of the cost of the gadget. Families with more than one beneficiary can use up to three checks to purchase one device.



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