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5G-Skill Improvement For Inclusive Communication With Elderly

Target Indicator Result
4.4 By 2030, substantially increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship 4.4.1 Proportion of youth and adults with information and communications technology (ICT) skills, by type of skill The results indicated a substantial increase in the number of elderly individuals who developed these relevant ICT skills for inclusive communication with teenagers. This improvement has contributed to their enhanced employability, social engagement, and participation in the digital society. the project has fostered a more interconnected and inclusive community, where generational barriers are reduced, and mutual understanding is promoted by empowering elderly individuals with the necessary skills to communicate with teenagers in the digital era

The project aims to support elderly to utilize technology to promote inclusive communication with the youth. The project seeks to increase the number of older adults to acquire relevant technical and vocational skills, including information and communications technology (ICT) skills through workshops and training. Elderly learners, having understood the language and dynamics of the digital era, communicated with teenagers more effectively and empathetically. They gained new ICT skills and insights into youth culture, the elderly learners could communicate more effectively with teenagers. The elderly individuals became proficient in digital communication, allowing them to better understand and engage with teenagers in the digital era.

Impact Level

The project facilitated stronger intergenerational relationships within families and communities. It helped elderly individuals and teenagers to create a supportive environment where knowledge, experiences, and ideas could be shared, enriching the lives of both generations. It helped increase proportion of individuals with ICT skills aligns with the UN's sustainable development goals which measures the proportion of youth and adults with ICT skills. The project indicates progress in ensuring access to relevant skills for all age groups.