Helping the elderly to master tablet and smartphone
Almost everyone below 35 in Norway uses mobile internet, while nearly 20 percent of those above 65 do so. Telenor arranges training courses to help the elderly increase their digital skills and grasp the benefits of being connected.
Smart Municipalities today for a Smart Norway tomorrow
Smart Kommune or Municipality is a program run by Telenor Norway to encourage municipal strategies for digitization and mobility. Main focus areas of the strategy include education, health, care, geodata, sensors, technical field solutions as well as overall municipality communication
Non-formal education for children out of school
Playing its part to invigorate step by step change in the status of child labour, Telenor Myanmar and partners are running the successful Myanmar Mobile Education Project (myME) for children working in Telenor Myanmar’s branded teashops
The best start for Thai children
dtac, in collaboration with UNICEF and Department of Health, the Ministry of Public Health, is successfully running the *1515 Family Bonding SMS service,
Empowering Thai farmers through agri-based services
In 2015, dtac continued the Rak Ban Kerd project *1599 Farmer Information Superhighway in Thailand.
A new Beginning for Women pursuing careers
With the goal of empowering women: empowering societies, Telenor Pakistan has been running a diversity program called ‘’Naya Aghaaz” or “new beginnings” since 2014.
Health Insurance for the many
In under a year, Easypaisa health insurance has gained more than 100,000 subscribers and is opening up new avenues for access to healthcare amongst the masses.
Leveraging mobile technology to improve birth registration rates in Pakistan
In an effort to innovate access to birth registration in Pakistan, Telenor Pakistan and UNICEF joined hands in 2014 to pioneer the use of mobile technology in Pakistan to promote one of the most fundamental rights of the child.