Introducing Code Clubs in eastern India: 32,000 more young digital makers

At the Raspberry Pi Foundation, their mission is to enable young people to realise their full potential through the power of computing and digital technologies. The Raspberry Pi Foundation collaborated with Mo School Abhiyan, a citizen-government partnership in Odisha, India, to support Code Clubs for young people.

Through teacher training and ongoing support, the aim is to enable access to computer science education. The training, conducted through a hybrid approach of online courses and in-person sessions, focuses on Scratch programming in Code Clubs.

The project has resulted in the establishment of numerous Code Clubs, reaching an estimated 32,000 young people. The Raspberry Pi Foundation plans to continue its work in India. Are you interested in joining a Code Club? Use this link to find a Code Club near you.

If you are looking for somewhere to begin, check out our African local code club group CoderLevelUp who we’ve been helping out  with creating a fantastic kit for beginners with projects and detailed guides included. Here’s the Raspberry Pi Pico Pathway kit. Check out the links in the product description or scan the QR code included in the kit to find the guides and projects!

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