The UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, an action plan in support of people, the planet and prosperity. Within the 17 Sustainable Development Objectives (SDO), we have quality education (fourth objective) and the reduction of inequalities (the tenth SDO). Rural communities tend to be one of the most disadvantaged environments and development education is one of the most effective mechanisms to alleviate these inequalities. In this framework, the Urubamba Project for International Cooperation is presented, and within it, the Ñawi Project for visual education. Both projects are developed in the Andean areas of Cusco (Peru) through university community participation. In these lines of action, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are presented as a relevant and effective element to achieve their objectives: introduction of ICTs in education to create inclusive socio-educational environments and ICTs as an analysis tool for the visual education project (prevention and correction). This work focuses on the Ñawi Project and the satisfactory results that have been obtained.