Support to regional resilience with universal language: Şanlıurfa Android Coding Bootcamp kicked off!

Nov 1, 2017

Android Coding Bootcamp kicked off in Şanlıurfa.  30 young Syrian and Turkish people will attend the courses to learn universal language of coding and work on building apps for 7 months in Andorid Coding Bootcamp hosted by Harran University and offerred by Re:Coded and Bilgi University technical partnership. The training is organized within the scope of “Strengthening Social Stability in Southeast Anatolia Project” funded by the Government of Japan and implemented in partnership with GAP Regional Development Administration (GAP RDA).

In partnership with Udacity, Re:Coded offer the Android Basics Nanodegree created by Google, for the young Syrians and Turkish people to learn Java language and build creative and need-oriented apps and develop social and innovative competencies in universal world of coding.

UNDP Turkey’s response serves to both host communities and Syrians, noting the need of both population groups and helps them to thrive, not just survive. Based on this comprehensive understanding, UNDP will continue to work closely with the national, local and international partners to deliver on building resilience for individuals, communities and institutions most affected by the Syria crisis.

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