‘We Think Digital Mongolia’ program launches in MongoliaSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. Facebook has launched the program, ‘We Think Digital Mongolia’, aimed to equip internet users in Mongolia with the knowledge and skills to build a safer and more responsible digital future.
In the framework of the program, it is planned for the Ministry of Education and Science, the Communications and Information Technology Authority (CITA), and ‘Faro Foundation Mongolia’ NGO to jointly organize a series of webinars, training, and content on digital literacy, and involve 10 thousand people in the training this year.
Through the program implementation in Mongolia, participants will be informed of their rights and obligations in the digital environment as well as positive behavior online and how to be more critical towards information.
During the launch ceremony, CITA Chairwoman B.Bolor-Erdene delivered remarks by Prime Minister L.Oyun-Erdene. In his remarks, the PM said, “As Mongolia is currently prioritizing digital transition, the Government seeks to foster digital literacy. I am confident that we will continue to partner with Facebook in many other ways to support the country’s economic and social development.”
While the first webinar took place under the topic ‘Digital Citizenship’ involving experts of various sectors, the next webinar on Online Safety will be taking place on April 28.
For more information, visit the We Think Digital Mongolia page on Facebook.