In May 2014 Vodafone Qatar launched a program called AmanTECH. This was the first time Vodafone had put the lessons of its worldwide ‘Digital Parenting’ initiative into a comprehensive program promoting both online safety for children and young people and digital literacy among parents.
With Qatari customers becoming more connected and outspoken, companies’ responsibilities regarding their customers, clients, and society at large, are increasingly under the spotlight.
In collaboration with Reach Out to Asia, Language Bridges provides free Basic English language classes to migrant workers. With a two-hour sessions a week, the program is designed to teach functional English that will enable the workers to communicate on their work site.