28 youth participants from Negros Island and Iloilo gathered together for a full day of learning and hands-on practice – exploring different digital tools such as mobile journalism, crowdfunding, digital storytelling and digital marketing.

Aside from learning from mentors and resource persons, participants were also able to plan projects/campaigns guided by the Design Thinking Process. They also learned the basics of peacebuilding (Peace, Conflict and Violence) from OPAPP (Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process), and Google Apps for Social Good from a representative of Google Philippines.

The Visayas leg of TechCamp Philippines was held last Saturday, March 3 at Conference Room 2, 4th Floor, Henry Luce III Library, Central Philippine University, Jaro, Iloilo City.

Stay tuned for news about the upcoming TechCamp Mindanao leg on March 10, 2018!

More about TechCamp:
TechCamp Philippines is a series of mini TechCamps to be conducted in the 3 island regions of the Philippines. The TechCamp is a hands-on, participant-driven workshop that aims to empower young leaders of various organizations nationwide by providing them the necessary tech skills and platform to act in fighting misinformation and promoting peace.

This is a project of the Philippine Delegation at TechCamp Thailand and supported by the US State Department, US Embassy in Thailand and Philippines, The Asia Foundation and PeaceTech Inc.