binance charityThe philanthropic arm of Binance, the world’s leading provider of cryptocurrency and blockchain infrastructure Web3 reached 82,200 in just 6 months.
In addition, Over $2.2 million in BUSD donated to projects in France, Senegal, Nigeria, Australia, Germany, Cyprus, Ukraine, South Africa and Brazil in 2022 to give students the opportunity to study Web3 related courses for free.
Binance Charity: What does the future of Web3 include?
As expected, binance charity I’m working on education about Web3 especially for young people.In fact, so far, that donation has funded 259,180 hours of training Teaching in classrooms, boot camps and community workshops.
In addition, Binance Charity has budgeted to provide 67,155 scholarship locations in total, many of which are not yet accepting applications. Binance Charity also partners Binance Academy And many leading academic and professional institutions to carry out these projects.
These include: University of Western AustraliaUniversity of Nicosia, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, blockchain centerSimplon, Utiva, Women in Tech, Kyiv IT Cluster, and Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.
hey helenThe head of Binance Charity has this to say about the matter:
“The response to our Web3 education project has been unprecedented, demonstrating the strong desire of so many people to learn about blockchain, De-Fi, NFTs, coding, and more. We’ve seen a wide range of interest, and we’re particularly focused on that, such as high I’ve never been so excited to build.”
In addition, Binance Charity also focuses on social issues. In fact, IT Generation launched his global campaign in June. Binance Charitable Scholars Programis an initiative designed to help people in eastern Ukraine who have lost their jobs due to the war to retrain and re-enter the job market in western Ukraine, in partnership with the Ministry of Digital Transformation.
Other Binance Charity Projects: Women and Unemployment
Binance Charity’s efforts don’t stop there. In fact, other projects promoted include vocational training. 10,000 peopleincluding specific courses 2,000 women Close the gender gap in the ecosystem and increase diversity in the talent pipeline with the Frankfurt School of Blockchain in Germany.
Meanwhile in France, Binance Charity is Simplon Enabling 10,000 people from disadvantaged communities with rapidly rising unemployment to learn, study and enter a growing society blockchain industry.
Terry GenleyA Simplon student spoke enthusiastically about the initiative.
“What we saw was really interesting. I used to know a little bit about the world of cryptocurrencies, but this time I got to really learn about blockchain technology. I had no idea you could do so much with it.I can’t wait to learn more.”
they again, women’s technology Provide vocational training to 2,800 rural women in Brazil and South Africa, creating future female entrepreneurs and new jobs.
The goal of UTIVA in Nigeria is the same. to educate. 50,000 young people Learn about blockchain and Web3 and provide scholarships to 1,000 Africans in an intensive one-year training program to support their transition into the world of work.
Please note that the courses offered by Binance Charity are available both online and offline and range from short introductory classes to 12 month commitments. Topics include blockchain applications, coding, cryptocurrencies, decentralization, NFTs, metaverseFan Tokens and transactionIn addition, there are some interesting surprises to be announced later in the year.
Let’s dig deeper: Binance Charity in collaboration with UTIVA
As anticipated above, Binance Charity is making a special effort to work with UTIVA to educate African youth about blockchain and Web3.
Specifically, UTIVA is a technical training company in Africa that helps young people acquire technical skills.
The partnership aims to provide technology education and scholarships to 50,000 young people. 1,000 Africans in a one-year intensive training program. This educational program targets young people (ages 18-35) from over 19 countries in Africa.
It consists of virtual workshops held every weekend for 12 months, where students learn technical skills and access virtual mentoring as part of their job design.
In addition, students participating in the training will have access to a fully-funded one-year scholarship with free access to Utiva’s best products. Technical trainingThe collaboration aims to pave the way for the continent’s economic prosperity through skills training and access to vast employment opportunities in the technology and Web3 sectors.
Launched on Thursday 20th October 2022 at the Utiva office in Lagos, Nigeria, the workshop will include approximately 50 people who will be part of the initial cohort with access to fully funded training and sponsorship. of young people participated.
Eitayo OgunmoraUtiva’s CEO said in this regard:
“Africans are talented and hardworking, but resource limitations can be a major constraint in most cases when pursuing commendable aspirations such as the transition to technology. We understand the point and are very excited to partner with Utiva to help thousands of Africans and break down barriers to entry for many.”