Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives

by MAMA DIGITAL NON-PROFIT
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Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives
Empowered Women Learn Code to Improve Their Lives

The support that is made with these crowdfunding platforms have made Mamá Digital increasingly structured, where there are currently specialized courses such as this one where mothers and women expand their knowledge in the development of digital skills (look for information in Internet, knowing how to use various devices and move through different platforms and creation of digital documents) which allows them to expand their vision of the technological tools that exist and can be undertaken on the Internet.
The role of mothers in the digital world is also key to creating an awareness of internet security, once they are clear about the importance of responsible use of technology they will have the ability to help their children, couples or people with whom they relate to having a digital behavior that does not put them at risk.

It is gratifying to see users who were completely analogous or distant from the technology to know terms or concepts that they can integrate into their day-to-day life or raise their self-confidence just because they had the opportunity to learn and practice the content they saw in the training course that is given.
We have increased the dissemination of the campaign, which is observed in having more people who are interested in joining this project through donations.
The UN has endeavored to improve the living conditions of women and girls with various programs worldwide so that they can have access to ICT. Mamá Digital, has the purpose of promoting a responsible digital culture, managing the energy, time and technological resources of the information in order to find the benefit and balance in its use, whatever the activity that is carried out, aimed mainly at women , always looking to develop their creative potential and can make the most of it to guide the activities they carry out in their personal, family and work life.

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In Mamá Digital we are creating various projects and with the help of the courses given, we have managed to give women and mothers a better perspective regarding the use of technology. This has even helped their personal life by boosting their confidence and self-esteem, which in turn allows them to start projects they felt they couldn´t manage before like online businesses, being aware and regulating their children's access to technology, especially social media and being able to act if there are any potentially harmful situatuions.

This month we will start a very interesting project in which mothers and girls can learn together how to program using code. This wil benefit the result of each group (women and girls)  achieving a well rounded learning experience by communicating and learning the tools we can provide but also form each other. This will also allow them to learn beyond what they think they are capable of.

In Mamá Digital we know that digital inclusion is essential and important in people's day to day lives. In the process od change and integration to the Digital Era.

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The course was had diferents class that the womans learning the importance of using the code in your life and they knowed the bennefited to they lifes. The womens when are in contact with the tecnology they want to learn more and more, and make better your life. Mama Digital recognize your effort and dedication and comprommitment giving a diploma to the womans that was maked the courses, the youngers of social service are giving suport in the doubts and in the capacitation to they womans.

Mama Digital make the best regards to theys for your dedication and volunteer activitie.

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This proyect intends to close the gap between women and the programming world, that for so long has been considered a matter for men.

By providing free classes, seminars, lectures and conferences, Mamá Digital is gathering more than a hundred women anually, which each time become more intrested not only in programming, but in many areas of the ICT's, which they can also learn and develop through other courses Mamá Digital offers.

Our purpose is to make sure women in Mexico realize the importance of the programming industry for themselves and their children, and through this event, boost their habilities and inspire their girls to get involved with code.

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#WomenCode 

Women Code was an event of high social impact where more than 100 women received orientation and training so they can have access to the advantages of the technologies. 

A unique event, thinking to provide affordable and free opportunities for women interested in learning how to take advantage of ICTs to improve their quality of life and also wake up in them the desire to learn code and software development. Not only for them to learn, but also to encourage their sons and daugthers to learn code and software development.

The conferences themes were "How to capitalize on your iPhone or iPad", "60 apps and teaching by leves", and "Learning strategies to develop in the children creativity and innovation with coding". In this last, Martha Sánchez, one of ours speakers, who is one of the first Educators invited to the World Conference of Developers (WWDC),  told us how to empower women with codification tools help us solve problems in a more creatively way, and how to build apps that can make ideas. 

Important points that women learned in this conference
* Make decisions with critical thinking
* Have the possibility of exploring different paths
* Allow mistakes in a safe environment
* Fun in the process and with the result

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MAMA DIGITAL NON-PROFIT

Location: Azcapotzalco, Mexico City - Mexico
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Twitter: @mama_digital
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Tlalnepantla de Baz, Mexico State Mexico

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