Code For Freedom

Date 07-22-2018


A 2 month-long project empowering female students of the community with free Basic computer


26th April & 4, 5, 6, 23, 25, 26th June, 2018, Sylhet - Code for freedom is a 2-month-long project which is empowering female students of the community with free Basic computer, Graphics Designing & English Language trainings. Among 62 applicants, 25 were selected to participate. 11 local volunteers were recruited as trainers for the participants. The volunteers’ group is lead by YES Alumna Mehzabin Chowdhury (YES’17). Because of CFF, girls have such easy access to computer and internet, which is definitely a step towards ending the existing inequality in our community and job sector.

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  • Education
  • English Language
  • Gender
  • Youth Development
  • Leadership Skills
  • Volunteerism

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