The digital literacy projects for Venezuelans have been oriented in recent months to direct training processes in which different young people have developed digital skills, from programming using tools such as Arduino, betting on developing skills for employment in programming and web development with training programs in front end and back end, accompanying the training with support in contact with employability, managing to link the majority of the beneficiaries to jobs as junior programmers.
Some of this programs have been oriented to also help people with dissabilities (PCD) and women, reaching more cities and towns, being able to help rural young people to develop abilities in tech used in the 4.0 industry.
In recent months, the efforts of the project to help Venezuelan migrants in Colombia have been aimed at strengthening the call for training in digital skills in programming for web development, with support in the employability process and direct contact with web development companies. . At the moment they are expected to receive different cohorts of training groups to train and help employ young migrants from Venezuela. The calls have been aimed at specific groups of young migrants, as well as people with disabilities, to strengthen digital skills that allow all people to use technology to transform themselves and their environment while learning and developing specifical habilities involving tech.
Activities related to support for Venezuelans have sought to strengthen skills in technological and digital tools, these actions have had as their main focus in recent months to redirect, strengthen, increase and enhance the participation of Venezuelan migrants in Medellín, from the aid project for Venezuelans have increased the participation of Venezuelans in other training projects for children and youth; In the projects that have been strengthened, skills in basic programming, web development, electronics and robotics have been promoted. In other activities, dialogues have been carried out with other organizations to generate alliances that allow to help more Venezuelan migrants and increase the scope of the actions.
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