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Digi And UNICEF Signs 2 Year MoU Agreement In Protecting Child Rights
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Digi And UNICEF Signs 2 Year MoU Agreement In Protecting Child Rights

by Raja IdrisApril 26, 2021
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The folks at Digi has today revealed that they’ve extended their partnership with UNICEF through a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). With the deal, they will collaborate on projects related to digital inclusion and resilience, and continue to advocate for children’s rights in the digital age.

Digi signs MoU deal with UNICEF

Digi UNICEF MOUThe partnership builds on the partnership between Telenor Group and UNICEF, which leverages Telenor’s digital platforms to reduce inequalities, while enhancing children and young people’s skill for the digital future.

According to Joachim Rajaram, the telco company’s Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, the partnership is made possible thanks to the vision shared by both parties to protect children’s rights and reducing inequalities through the positive use of technology and accessibility to the internet.

To commemorate the partnership, both parties held a virtual dialogue to highlight the issues that children face during the COVID-19 pandemic and drive better understandings on the role of education and technology in their wellbeing.

You can find more information on the company’s Yellow Heart initiatives right here. For more on the latest tech and gaming news plus reviews, stay tuned to Pokde.net.

Pokdepinion: I think I’ve said it before. With the current pandemic going on, it’s not fair for kids who don’t have access to digital learning. As we’ve seen recently, schools have been closing and opening, which is not a great thing to have. How do you solve the issue of kids not having internet, smart devices, and the likes?

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