Insufficient ICT learning skills in maneuvering digital technologies

Registration: 24 Sep 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Submission: 25 Oct 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Participanting Teams: 9
Submissions: 2
LGU: Cauayan City
Themes: Regional Organizations, Business and Civil Society, Climate Change, Sustainable Infrastructure, Food and Security, Education and Occupational Immobility
Categories: Smarter Governance
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Education plays a vital role in empowering communities and people who stand as key players in achieving development, especially in a period where technology is employed to influence goals positively. As the country grows and tries to achieve a cost-efficient way of serving the people, people with innovations best serve the underprivileged and bring alternatives quickly to the table. Purposively, the Philippines’ educational system was integrated and introduced the K12 with different tracks to facilitate transitions. Then, there were STEM and ICT tracks as one of the choices in determining the career path a student may want to begin with. While the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic extremely affected the entire nation, several job posts were transitioned to digital forms. Others learned ICT and STEM skills to compensate for the needs of a job while physical interaction is prohibited. While there is a significant number of career shift is determined, insufficient ICT skills to maneuver digital technologies are exhibited. Other platforms, revealed to be inaccessible or not friendly to users causing some formats to be unutilized, otherwise, operations remain to be conventional.

That is why, the City of Cauayan with DOST and DAP opens the opportunity for the locals, analytics experts, developers, educators, and other interested parties to enjoin developing ingenious solutions that would create a friendly and accessible platform for the LGU to be empowered through acquiring competencies. The innovation will serve as a supporting platform for the LGU to improve its services and build a professional environment for ICT-literate professionals.

The following use-case statements are your guide to help you align your intention in addressing areas of this challenge:

  1. How can DSA increase the number of skilled workers in the LGU?
  2. How are data sets relevant in upskilling individuals to pursue regional organizations?
  3. How can DSA mobilize individuals in far-flung areas to impose rule of law?
  4. How can DSA develop solutions for the LGU to invite development organizations to invest in the ICT skills of the populace?
  5. How can DSA solutions house more opportunities to decrease the exponential rate of unemployment in the city?
  6. How can DSA empower the LGU to automate its transactions and attract more business opportunities?
  7. Developing digital solutions to housing climate change advocacies for the community.
  8. The reach of DSA in developing digital solutions to rally Sustainable Development Goals.
  9. Empowering youth with analytics competencies to mobilize renewable resources and help conserve energy.
  10. How can DSA encourage the LGU especially the youth to integrate existing technologies with sustainable design?
  11. How can DSA help identify significant pointers in establishing sustainable infrastructures?
  12. How can DSA transform the LGU into a data-driven community aspiring to achieve long-term impact to boost business capabilities?
  13. The power of DSA in tracking agricultural sufficiency to address hunger and poverty.
  14. Empowering individuals with ICT skills to deploy technologies and assist communities with their agricultural needs.
  15. Upskilling individuals with analytics skills to develop accessible mobile technologies to assess food shortage among households.
  16. Empowering communities with fundamentals of ICT to operate online business opportunities.
  17. The power of DSA in assisting the populace to align their skills with digitization for greater opportunity.
  18. Bridging the gap between technology and communities to facilitate employment and economic growth.
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Annual Investment Plan of Cauayan City
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (1)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (2)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (3)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (4)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (5)
Executive Legislative Agenda 2017-2019
Health and Nutrition: Cause of Death per Barangay
Entrepreneurial activity per Barangay (2016-2017)
Household amenities per Barangay (2016-2017)
Nutrition Status per Barangay (2016-2017)
No. of OFWs per Barangay (2016-2017)
Tenure Status per Barangay (2016-2017)
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