We believe that coding is fast becoming a basic life-skill needed for future professionals, to not only succeed but to bring change to the world. That is why we partnered up with GIZ and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education to bring Coding for Children’s Rights to students across Palestine.
Through this after school program, we are working directly with secondary school students helping them develop the skills, foster the creativity, and receive professional guidance towards developing the language of the future, coding, becoming the innovators of tomorrow driving national and even global change.
Coding for Children’s Rights is run by programmers, developers and coders to train future coders. We have selected and trained a group of outstanding university students to take the lead and work with secondary school students helping them become navigators in the world of coding. We are passionate about raising awareness about digital literacy and through this program which includes a coding league, a series of competitions, as well as digital media campaigns, we are bringing coding to the forefront as a basic human right, opening up a world of digital opportunities for students to overcome boundaries and shape their own future.