10:11 | 20.07.16 | News | 4991

First stage of techno camp supported by Ucom summed up

300 9-13 year old school students left 7 day long techno camp in Hankavan.

The summer camp has been organized for 600 schoolchildren by World Vision Armenia, Ucom and Union of IT Enterprises (UITE).
The camp was attended by underprivileged children from World Vision support program as well as Armath engineering lab students.

Children from various villages and cities created 3D printer and presented Artsakh Vank School on behalf of them.

“It’s exciting for us that children from underprivileged families and Armath lab students have the opportunity to share experience and skills with each other. This camp is a fine example of our company’s policy that regardless of the social status, education and knowledge are the best base for an important initiative. Ucom, as an Armenian company, will always support these kinds of initiatives that now show the result of our work and tomorrow will be the bases for Armenian technological progress”, said Ucom Marketing and Communication Director Tigran Safaryan.