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MASH Project. www.mashglobal.org. Mash Project is a youth-led initiative which aims to build, train and equip young social changemakers with the power of technology to build a sustainable future.

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mash project

MASH Project

www.mashglobal.org

what is mash project

Mash Project is a youth-led initiative which aims to build, train and equip young social changemakers with the power of technology to build a sustainable future.

We are creating an exciting eco-system for young people which provides them with platforms to connect & engage to promote the use of technology for sustainability.

What is Mash Project?
initiatives undertaken

In-House Apps (Formal, 5 months)

  • Build Apps for Social orgs.(Formal, 3 months)
  • Hack-Day(Informal, 1 month)
  • Hackathons(Formal, 2 months)
  • Training & Workshops(Formal, 2 months)
  • Blogs and e-mailers(Formal, 3 months)
  • Social media: Updates, *Competitions (Formal, 4 months)
  • Global Sustainability Calendar(Happy New Year)
Initiatives Undertaken
target group and results

Target groups are majorly divided into 2 groups:

  • College students
  • Non-college

Workshops are conducted for college students at their colleges premises.

Open workshops are conducted for non-college people. More than 80% of the attendees are in the age group of 18-25 years.

Target group and Results
challenges

Lack of participation from women

  • High quality training material which is engaging
  • Introduction in the curriculum
  • Lack of focus on local issues
  • Good quality equipment to test the Apps
  • Greater outreach to Tier-2, Tier-3 cities and rural areas.
Challenges
support from unesco

Access to the Global Network of resources:-Trainers, Institutions, Developers and Finance

  • Brand association
  • Defining standard key performance indicators
  • Promoting greater participation from women developers
  • Organising Competitions.
Support from UNESCO
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