MOMODa Foundation actively participated in the “Inclusive Digital Model (IDMODEL) Project Concluding Conference,” demonstrating its commitment to inclusive digital transformation and empowering marginalized communities. The conference served as a platform to share insights, experiences, and lessons learned from the IDMODEL project, which aimed to bridge the digital divide and promote digital inclusion.
During the conference, MOMODa Foundation showcased its contributions to the IDMODEL project, highlighting innovative approaches and initiatives that have positively impacted communities. The foundation shared success stories and best practices, emphasizing the transformative power of technology in enhancing access to education, healthcare, entrepreneurship, and other essential services.
Through engaging presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants explored the challenges and opportunities of implementing inclusive digital models. MOMODa Foundation actively contributed to the discussions, providing valuable insights on community engagement, capacity building, and sustainable digital solutions.
The conference also provided networking opportunities, enabling participants to connect with like-minded individuals, organizations, and experts working in the field of digital inclusion. Collaborative discussions and knowledge sharing fostered partnerships and potential collaborations, further amplifying the impact of inclusive digital initiatives.
MOMODa Foundation’s active participation in the IDMODEL project concluding conference reflects its commitment to leveraging technology for social good and ensuring that no one is left behind in the digital era. The foundation’s contributions and experiences inspire others to embrace inclusive digital models and work towards a more equitable and empowered society.
The Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) at Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) organized the Economic and Social Research Council Global Challenges Research Fund (ESRC GCRF)-funded Inclusive Digital Model (IDMODEL) project global high-level conference on Friday 25th February 2022 via Zoom.
The Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus addressed the event. Other prestigious speakers were from the United Nations, the Commonwealth Secretariat, Bangladesh, Columbia, China, Europe, and the UK. It was attended by more than 43,000 people worldwide. Dr. Foyasal Khan, Research Coordinator of MOMODa FOUNDATION attended the webinar on behalf of the organization. For details about the event, please visit this link: https://www.oxfordtmcd.org/news/idmodel-project-research-results-shared-more-43000-people-worldwide