UTEG and Children International share the common interest of contributing in the development in the fields of investigation and technical assistance in administrative computer solutions. So on May 10 both institutions signed a Framework Cooperation Agreement that will allow students to take internships in Children International, and joint research projects.
Due to this, projects will be developed to link up with the community and research. Thanks to this alliance, more than 28,000 children and young people from vulnerable sectors will benefit.
Elizabeth Orellana, Director of Children International, expressed her satisfaction at the signing of this cooperation agreement with UTEG, which will provide new technological options for the efficient administration of the Community Centers that currently sponsor thousands of children in the city of Guayaquil.
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