WeMade introduced a brand new partnership with UNICEF and its Korean Committee on August twenty third to help its “100 for 100” training venture.
At UNICEF headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, the 2 took half within the signing ceremony between WeMade CEO Henry Chang, Carla Haddad Mardini, UNICEFs director of personal fundraising and partnerships, and Key-Cheol Lee, government director of the Korean Committee for UNICEF had been current.
COVID-19 has had a profound impression worldwide, with each events aiming to assist these left behind.
“The pandemic confirmed us that far too many kids are on the mistaken facet of the digital divide… Because of our new partnership with Wemade, we can assist enhance entry to know-how for among the most susceptible kids residing in Laos and Timor Leste.”
Donations shall be used to help UNICEF’s Reimagine Training programme to enhance kids’s training high quality.
As a part of the partnership, Wemade will donate 1 million USD’s price of the cryptocurrency WEMIX yearly for 3 years as step one of 100 Years of Grand Plan. The corporate pledged its dedication to training tasks and rights promotion for youngsters worldwide.
Based mostly on Korean conventional perception that training constitutes a grand plan for 100 years, Wemade introduced the “100 For 100” venture for long-term help for youngsters’s future. The plan goals to enhance the prospects of kids, thus contributing to the betterment of households, communities, and even nations, Wemade spokesperson mentioned.