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Shkodra takes a significant step towards empowering its youth and ensuring their access to vital education and digital resources as the Mayor of Shkodra, Benet Beci, and the UNICEF Representative, Roberto de Bernardi, join hands to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU signifies the commitment to the continued operation and expansion of the BiblioTech Corner at the “ATELIE” Youth Center in Shkodra.
BiblioTech Corner: Nurturing Innovation and Digital Literacy
The BiblioTech Corner, an initiative supported by UNICEF Albania, has become a cornerstone of educational advancement and child safety in Shkodra. It offers children and youth access to a wealth of digital resources, education, and a secure online environment. The MoU signed between Mayor Benet Beci and UNICEF Representative Roberto de Bernardi underscores the shared vision to ensure this vital resource continues to thrive and expand.
The MoU solidifies the commitment of Shkodra’s municipal government and UNICEF to empower the city’s youth with essential tech skills and a secure online environment, aligning with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It paves the way for the extension of BiblioTech Corner services, reaching even more children and youth in Shkodra. It underscores the dedication to nurturing innovation and digital literacy and reaffirms the commitment to creating a safe online environment for Shkodra’s children and youth, emphasizing the importance of responsible internet use.
Mayor Benet Beci and UNICEF Representative Roberto de Bernardi expressed their enthusiasm for working together to maximize the impact of BiblioTech Corner on Shkodra’s youth, emphasizing that collaboration is key to success.
The signing ceremony included a celebration of the remarkable achievements of the BiblioTech Corner in the ATELIE Youth Center, showcasing the talents and accomplishments of the young participants, through a following visit at the “ATELIE” Youth Center