Digidak reached more women than men from 2018 to 2019, the largest age group is from 60 to 79 years old, most people learn about the existence of Digidak through leaflets, posters and the website, 12% of the visitors have no secondary diploma . Improvement in the recording of data for evaluation is imperative. This is included in the renewal of the registration system.
In the period 2018 - 2019, Digidak reached 66% women. 55% of the students were retired, 10% working, 5% jobseeking, 0.17% student. People learn about the Digidak initiations through advertising (posters, leaflets and the website) 38% - and through friends, family and acquaintances 25%. The majority of Digidak participants are aged 60 to 79 (69%). 74% of Digidak students have a computer at home. 30% of Digidak participants have a secondary education diploma, 27% have a higher education diploma, 17% Digidak students do not have a secondary education diploma.
In the period from 2018 to 2019, Digidak organized walk-in sessions 13,384 times. 58% women and 41% men came to attend these sessions. Of these, 42% were retired, 9% employed, 8% jobseeker, 13% student. The majority of the visitors (69%) were aged 60 to 79 years. 66% have a computer at home. 42% of visitors of the walk-in sessions have a secondary education diploma, 22% have a higher education diploma and 22% do not have a secondary education diploma. Visitors mainly reach walk-in sessions via friends, acquaintances or family (28%) and the main reason for coming to free access is to use the computer and the internet.