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In view of the shortage of rural education resources and the rapid urban-rural gap in information technology, in 2017, TWM launched the “Coding Fun-Rural Programming Fun” program.The multi-course curriculum stimulates students' learning motivation, and gradually develops children’s logical concepts, and truly implements the spirit of corporate social responsibility.
In 2018, 4 summer camps were held, 59 volunteers and 86 students were involved. The distribution is as follows:
|Year held||Times held||Number of volunteers||Number of students|
|1st in 2017||4||72||119|
|2nd in 2018||4||59||86|
|Training period||Number of teachers in training||Expected results for courses opened|
|2017 to 2019 (1st)||4||14 lessons per semester (3hr/lesson, 25 students), 84 lessons are expected to be completed in 1.5 years (2,100 students)|
|2018 to 2020 (2nd)||4||A group of two teachers, 12 lessons/semester (3 hours/lesson, 15 students), it is expected to complete 72 lessons in 1.5 years (1,080 students)|
Since 2007, we have integrated telecom core technologies and mobile, TFN, and cable television, and have assisted non-profit organizations in setting up digital learning centers in remote areas to handle computer education courses.
TWM hosted free digital teaching was conducted in all of Taiwan's cities. A total of over 2,871 digital teachings were conducted. It has provided over 19,533 participants to absorb and experience 3C knowledge and help consumers to become closer to smart life. In addition to the original latest mobile phone teaching, we also provide life application courses (such as: cloud space use, social software operation, photography skills, smart home appliances connection, etc.), and also provide advanced applications (such as: audio and video entertainment, sports and leisure, health management, etc.)
In line with the NCC's policy of "Broadband per village" and "Broadband per tribe"
In order to enhance the service of broadband operations, implement digital human rights, and reduce the digital gap between urban and rural areas, we are committed to increasing the construction of mobile broadband networks in remote areas so as to increase the coverage of radio waves in remote areas
Cooperate with the government's forward-looking infrastructure of universal rural broadband access infrastructure plan
Mobile broadband base station construction: In 2018, the NCC applied to establish a base station in 19 rural areas and the population coverage rate of villages in remote areas has reached 97.65%, and the practice has balanced the urban-rural gap and digital human rights.