The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) celebrated on Sunday the relaunch of its IT Service Center at its recently modernized field office in the Gaza Strip. The function was gone to by UNRWA Deputy Commissioner-General Leni Stenseth and other senior authorities, remembering the Director of UNRWA Affairs for Gaza, Thomas White.
“In accordance with the Agency’s modernization and advancement technique, the recently re-opened focus highlights the state of the art IT benefits and gives proficient IT arrangements across the Agency’s five fields of activities, and to UN offices around the world,” said UNRWA. “Such administrations incorporate web and versatile application improvement, programming quality affirmation, UI/UX plan, network protection, distributed computing, information science, project the board and a help work area.”
As indicated by Stenseth, “The UNRWA IT Service Center has turned into the biggest IT manager in Gaza, along these lines adding to the occupation potential open doors in the Gaza Strip.” The previous Norwegian Ambassador to Lebanon added that the foundation of the Service Center is particularly in accordance with the Agency’s essential objective to modernize and carefully change its administrations, business cycles, and data the executive's frameworks. “It is extremely energizing to consider this IT community as a little Silicon Valley in Gaza.”
UNRWA’s Chief Information Officer and Director of the Information Management and Technology Department, Kaan Cetinturk, called attention to the that Gaza is loaded with talented, taught, and energetic IT graduates. “This Service Center has set out an immense freedom to take advantage of the capability of youth in Gaza and reinforce their capacities.” By putting resources into the human resources of Palestine evacuees, he added, UNRWA contributes effectively to the acknowledgment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. “We want support from every one of our contributors and the private area to be important for this effective excursion.”
Since its underlying foundation in 2020, the Center has developed such a lot that today it utilizes 120 Palestinians in the assaulted Gaza Strip.