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Registration for Aquahack will be held in the period of 10–25 June and participation is free of charge.
Tapping into the upcycling trend: a new platform launched by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, EU and UNDP to mark World Environment Day 2020 in Azerbaijan
Users of the platform – called Ozun Yarat, meaning ‘do-it-yourself’, or DIY – can find and share creative ideas for repurposing and reusing items.
The app will help doctors and other medical personnel update their professional knowledge and skills, keeping them informed of all the latest advances in medicine.
WhatsApp bot launched by Government and UNDP to keep Azerbaijan's citizens up to date on the latest COVID-19 info
The TABIB bot can cover up to 1 million users at the same time and answers any user request within less than a single second.
UNDP and Azerbaijan’s Health Authorities Procure Medical Equipment to Help Protect Frontline Health Workers
Medical equipment, including 50,000 protective goggles and 1,000 non-contact infrared thermometers, was just delivered to Baku through UNDP’s international supply chains.
EU, UNDP, the State Agency on Vocational Education and Junior Achievement Azerbaijan support VET students with online career guidance
The training programme covered several topics from career planning to designing personal development plans to job search techniques and interview preparations.
The coronavirus self-checker is intended to help the health authorities answer more queries, enabling medical professionals to look after patients who need critical care.
Azerbaijan’s online #TekkieHeroes Hackathon attracts over 600 applicants from 40+ countries to come up with technical solutions to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic
Top three hackathon prizes awarded to teams from Poland, Azerbaijan and Brazil.
Visitors of evdeqal.az site can find links to online stores, e-education, e-health, e-entertainment, e-food and e-delivery.
EU, UNDP and the State Agency on Vocational Education Help Students in Azerbaijan Switch to Online Learning during Coronavirus Pandemic
These lessons will be aired on national TV channels to help students not to miss out classes during the coronavirus pandemic.