The Armonía project creates digital educational materials in schools with the participation of the community to contribute to local human development in rural areas. The project was implemented in more than 20 communities in the Municipality of Segundo Frente, Santiago de Cuba Province. In these agricultural towns, primary schools and some higher-level education institutions are the only facilities that have access to ICTs. The project worked on developing strategies for integrating schools and the rural communities through ICT. The project facilitated the use of ICTs for local development, providing solutions to problems identified by the community, including IT specialists, teachers/researchers and local residents. Results included multimedia platforms, websites and e-books on health, education, environment, local history, and other topics, that brought value to the community. The Armonía project produced more than 190 multimedia solutions to address needs and issues of the rural communities where the project was implemented. As part of the initiative, rural teachers conducted almost 200 academic theses in line with the project’s objectives as part of their Masters’ degree in education.