The Roza Otunbaeva Initiative Foundation will participate in the E-BILIM FEST

April 19, 2023, 23:54

E-BILIM FEST is scheduled to take place in Osh on April 23, 2023. As part of the project "Building a transparent future for rural communities through digitalization," master classes will be conducted by the initiatives "Sanarip 50+", "After three it's too late" and the "Thrive by Five" project.

The main objective of E-BILIM FEST is to familiarize citizens with the new opportunities in Kyrgyzstan's education system that have emerged in recent years through digitalization. The event is organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Since its establishment, the Roza Otunbaeva Initiative Foundation has implemented numerous digital initiatives and projects in the field of education, such as "Sanarip 50+"; a platform for parents "After three it's too late"; the e-book "My Computer"; the parents application "Thrive by Five"; the audio books "Learning our Kyrgyzstan" and "Preparation for school". These initiatives aim to provide quality digital services to citizens regardless of their geographical location.

During E-BILIM FEST, Bekzhan Otorov, the coordinator of the "Sanarip 50+" project, will conduct a master class to teach the older generation how to work with smartphones, navigate the internet, communicate online, and learn the basics of financial literacy and using electronic wallets for cashless payments.

Asel Jakypbekova, the coordinator of the "Thrive by Five" project, will organize interactive games for parents, helping them familiarize themselves with the use of the digital platform. The tips and tasks in the app are based on the latest scientific research, local customs and culture.

Visitors to E-BILIM FEST will also have the opportunity to learn more about " After three it's too late" and other digital products by the Foundation that aim to enhance parents' knowledge and skills in early childhood education.

Furthermore, as part of E-BILIM FEST, mentors from the ”Girls in Science” project will conduct various master classes, including Robotics, "3D Printing," "Brain Chip," "Digital Teacher," "Engaging Teachers in Digital Technology and Improving the Learning Process," "Why Artificial Intelligence," "How does Animation Work," and "Computer Service Life Hack."

The event will also feature a book fair showcasing publications by the Roza Otunbaeva Initiative Foundation.