In 2017, our mobile digital opportunity center keeps touring around the remote area of Yangon Region for bridging the digital divides. In February and March, there is computer training programs provided 5 days a week in KunGyanGon Township.
Due to lack of resource and infrastructure in suburbs, the mobile digital opportunity center is equipped with the latest solar panels, which can supply power to 16 laptops, 1 projector, 4 fans, and 2 air-cons in the container. Local people are all very excited about the arrival of the mobile container center, and are thrilled to experience the 5-star “green” mobile center.
After having the training, the students showed their appreciation to Taiwan Digital Opportunity Center in Myanmar, Myanmar Computer Federation, and the sponsorship of Taiwanese and Myanmar enterprises. The lecturer, Ko Kyaw Zin said that it is the first time to use computers for many students in the class, so they were all very eager to learn. Ko Aung Khaing, who’s in charge of running the center in the region, showed his expectation on having more mobile digital opportunity centers running in more provinces in Myanmar and helps educate more people.