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Youths create, launch first local mobile app

 

Nov 30, 2012 11:58:36 PM

Youths create, launch first local mobile app Fiji’s first locally made mobile applications created by 80 young professionals were launched today at the Novotel Hotel in Lami following a week-long TechCamp Fiji Mobile App Development Workshop.

The five apps, Ika Fiji, Road Signs, What’s on Sale, Food for Thot and Cure Fiji are available for downloading for free on any android phone from today.

The workshop, the first of its kind in Fiji and the Pacific is supported by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Suva in collaboration with Pasifika
NEXUS and BrightPath Foundation.

Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Suva, Joseph Crook said he was impressed with the level of interest and enthusiasm shown by participants.

“What these young people have achieved and shown us today and the Youth TechCamp Fiji initiative supports Secretary Clinton’s vision of 21st Century Statecraft by encouraging young people to engage and contribute to the digital networks and technologies of today’s interconnected world. I encourage you all to keep innovating.”

Executive Director of BrightPath Foundation, a U.S. based non-profit organisation focused on building capacity through values-based technology training, Bevil Wooding, said TechCamp Fiji was inspiring.

 “The young people who we have had the pleasure of spending the last week with are truly hardworking and passionate. They have a bright future ahead and also the opportunity to contribute to the economy.”

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