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Within the program "Transformation of the National Response to Human Trafficking in and from Albania" which is supported by the government of the United Kingdom - British Embassy in Tirana and implemented by UNICEF in Albania, the Albanian Center for Sustainable Development (A.S.D.O) in cooperation with the Municipalities of Tirana, Korça and Shkodra, following the Bibliotech project, organized the "Tech Camp" summer camp in these cities.
On the 24th, 25th and 26th of August, 37 children from the city of Shkodra had the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge about information technology at the Tech Camp organized in the premises of the Atelie Youth Center.
On August 30, 31 and September 1, 25 children from the city of Tirana became part of the Tech Camp organized in the premises of the "Misto Treska" library in the capital.
On September 7, 8 and 9, we were in the city of Korça, where 24 children became part of the Tech Camp organized in the premises of the "Thimi Mitko" library.
During these days, the 86 children who became part of the summer camp, Tech Camp had the opportunity to get in-depth knowledge about information technology and Internet security from the two trainers Hati Bilibashi and Ardita Kerraj.
In the program divided into three days, the children got to know and acquire knowledge in three different areas: Robotics, Python programming language and Safe Internet.
- On the first day of the Tech Camp, the Robotics course took place, where the children received basic knowledge on the design, construction, operation and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, and information processing.
- On the second day in the Python course, the children were introduced to the use of this programming language, where they focused more specifically on knowing the codes and understanding their operation. At the end, the training was finalized with an exercise where the children had the opportunity to create a game by themselves using the Python programming language.
- On the third day, the Safe Internet course took place, where the children improved their navigation skills. They learned how to keep personal information safe, how to protect themselves from online predators and sextortion, and how to play safe.