We provide coding tutorials to improve digital skills of the children, who are the future builders of the gigabit society, and raise a generation that does not only consume but also produce technology.
children learned how to code in 60 cities
Believing “all innovation begins with imagination” we, as Vodafone Turkey Foundation, provided an opportunity for our children who are Coding Tomorrow participants to realize their dreams on April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day.
#BeniBul, which is the best-rated project, will be coded by one of the Coding Tomorrow participants, Azra, and prevent elderly people from getting lost.
Children who are learning to code within Coding Tomorrow project designed an automated feeding bowl activated by tweet to help stray animals in need. Now there’s a feeding bowl refilling automatically at 13 different locations.
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As part of the Coding Tomorrow project launched in partnership with the Habitat Foundation, we have been providing coding tutorials to children aged between 7-14 across Turkey since August 2016.
To achieve equality of opportunity in education, we went on a tour of Anatolia with a training truck to provide this opportunity to the children in socioeconomically disadvantaged regions who have difficulty in accessing coding tutorials. Our Training Truck “Coding Tomorrow” covered more than 6 thousand kilometers in 2018 and reached out to 3.700 children in 13 cities.
Launched in April 2015, Women First in Entrepreneurship project promotes women empowerment, helping more than 26.000 women contribute to their family incomes by providing them with training on technology and entrepreneurship.
We touch the lives of people with technology solutions and initiatives designed to address the needs of different segments of the society such as Martyrs’ Families Fund, First6Years App and Red Light App.