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Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison has partnered with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to improve digital literacy and provide digital skills training in remote and marginalized areas of Indonesia.

The partnership aims to enhance digital skills training programs for Indonesians, supported by the Digital Transformation Center Initiative (DTCI) and other ITU initiatives in the country.

Vikram Sinha, president director and CEO of Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, said, “Indosat has a larger purpose to connect and empower the people of Indonesia by accelerating the nation’s digital transformation. Our new partnership with the ITU and its DTC Initiative will advance this purpose through outstanding digital skills training that unlocks exciting new career opportunities. We believe that this novel partnership-led approach will provide an example for the industry in Asia and establish Indonesia firmly at the forefront of the region’s digital transformation journey.”

IOH has agreed to provide DTC training program participants with free mobile data, additional training for industry-related skills and internship opportunities for individuals interested in pursuing careers in the technology industry.                                                                                                              

The company believes that this would promote Indonesia's digital transformation strategy by expanding the number of individuals in rural areas across the country who have access to digital skills training and mobile internet data.

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