ADOC Secretariat Office, Chinese Taipei
November 23th, 2011
APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) Secretariat is proud to open a new ADOC Center in cooperation with Escuela Secundaria Oficial #30 “Melchor Ocampo” in Temuco on November 23th, 2011. This ADOC Center aims to provide training on information and communication technology (ICT) for local community and children that have encountered difficulty in gaining access to computers and are eager to gain knowledge of computer. ADOC center seeks to empower them to take full advantage of the digital opportunities afforded by ICT and the Internet.
Mexico joined the ADOC project in 2009, and since then 4 ADOC centers have been established. Thus far, around 15,500 Mexicans have received training at the ADOC centers in Obregon, Navojoa, Guanajuato and Ciudad Juarez. These centers are the fruits of cooperative effort between Mexico’s public and private sectors and the ADOC Secretariat Office in Chinese Taipei. The new ADOC center in Temoaya opened today will aim to train around 250 persons during its first year of operation.
ADOC project is a self-funded multi-year Economic and Technical Cooperation (ECOTECH) initiative that Chinese Taipei first raised in the 2003 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting. It aims to assist in transforming digital divides into digital opportunities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The first phase of the ADOC project was launched in August 2004 and was concluded at the end of 2008. The second phase ADOC project, ADOC 2.0 project, was proposed during the 2007 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and launched in 2009 by Chinese Taipei.
The training provided by ADOC centers includes not only ICT basic skills but also e-commerce and e-trading practices in order to empower the trainees with the ability to generate income and to improve quality of life. Until December 2011, in collaboration with APEC PMEs, 89 ADOC centers have been established, and around 245,000 people have received training from August 2004 to October 2011.
For additional information, please contact with local ADOC Country Coordinator.
|ADOC Secretariat, Chinese Taipei||Maxim C. C. Luemail@example.com||+886(2)66318518|
|Mexico Coordinator||Mr. Julián Nevárez Montesfirstname.lastname@example.org||+52(1)6444577119|
|Chile Coordinator||Mr. Renzo Sanguinetti Mariselliemail@example.com||+56(9)84119067|
|Peru Coordinator||Mr. Cinthia Rossell Reyes||Renzoul98@hotmail.com||+51(9)97902328|
The result of ADOC 2011 Website/Blog Competition is out! Congratulations to the following five winners:
- Mexico Centro ADOC ITSON Obregon http://alfabetizaciontecnologica.com/
- Indonesia UNSYIAH-ADOC e-Learning Center http://www.adoc.unsyiah.ac.id/
- Vietnam Adoc 2.0 Hue centrer Vietnam http://www.civn.org.vn/
- Indonesia Orangutan Information Centre http://adoc.orangutancentre.org/
- The Philippines SM-ZOTO http://www.smzoto.org.ph/
ALL participants were evaluated by panels of ADOC secretariat. Going through two stages of voting, the final result came out based on the following criteria:
- Relevance to ADOC Project and the competition’s topics
- Ability to convey the ADOC Mission to public
- Clarity and Quality of the website content
- Originality and Creativity
Thank you for participating in the competition. The prizes will be sent from Chinese Taipei and awarded by ADOC Overseas/Country Coordinators at each Partner Member Economy (Country). The estimated date for the Prize Awarding will be the end of November 2011.
Photos of the second stage evaluation
Thank you for participating the 2011 Webstie/Blog Competition! The registration period came to an end at November 7th.
Happily we have 30 participants so far. Check the list from http://www.apecdoc.org/site/bc2011/participant-list/.
- - Relevance to ADOC Project and the competition’s topic
- - Ability to convey the ADOC Mission to public
- - Clarity and Quality of the website content
- - Originality and Creativity