18 July 2016
On 4 July started YouthMobile Summer School on Mobile Applications Development aimed at achieving Sustainable Development Goals. Twenty participants from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan participated in two ten day trainings in Bishkek (4 - 15 July) and Almaty (18 - 29 July).
UNESCO Office in Almaty in cooperation with "Kloop Media" Public Foundation and Shakhmardan Yessenov Foundation organized the Summer School. The YouthMobile Training Course is designed to support and promote ICT and mobile programming education by building professional capacities of young women and men.
I am delighted with the training. I received a lot of useful knowledge for improving, changing the work of journalists, human rights defenders. I will apply skills, gained during the training. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate
Participants of the training were the young people with great ideas of mobile applications that contribute the achievement of sustainable development goals. According to participants, these trainings were a very interesting and informative.
One of the interesting idea for development of mobile application was idea of the participants from Kyrgyzstan: "Justice Camera", developed by Erlan Amanat and Ayzhamal Ryskulova. The application will help to improve traffic rules in Bishkek.
"Soz sende" is also one of the interesting and useful mobile application developed by Zhanna Baitellova, participant of Almaty training. The Mobile App contribute to a better realization of the professional activities of journalists.
At the end of the trainings, the participants completed the questionnaire. They gave only positive feedback about the organization and conducting of trainings.
The Summer School contributes to employment of youth, as programming skills would enhance their ability to make informed choices and empower them to gain access labor markets, as well as support post UNESCO conference advocacy on Youth and Internet Fighting Radicalization and Extremism.
Young people today face pressing global challenges, including high levels of unemployment, vulnerable working conditions and marginalization from decision-making processes. In response to this problem 26 August 2016 the UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office is organizing the event on celebration of the International Youth Day on the theme: sustainable production and consumption. In this regard, the Communication and Information Programme invites to the event in Almaty young developers of the YouthMobile mobile applications to share presentations of their own products created within the framework of UNESCO sponsored three summer schools from 2015 to 2016.
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