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After six months of hard work, the AGNCY team and their Crowdsourcing, the Labor Collection Violence Collection Service, has recently been declared the winner of the 5th Annual Telenor Youth Forum held in Bangkok. The UN-Sustainable Development Goal, built around # 10, will serve as a digital alert for workers in glass bottles. Telenor Youth Forum's 2017-2018 program ended 31 May at the Detroq Headquarters in Bangkok. At this event, 24 young leaders of 12 countries presented their 4 new services to Nobel Peace Center Executive Director, Live Torres and Telenor Group's Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Owenche Aegup, among others.

Digital Bottle in Glass Bottle

The winning team, AGNCY, will receive advice of more than 15,000 US Dollars and their Telenor mentor to work for further development of this service in Bangladesh and Myanmar. According to the United Nations sustainable development target # 10, Telenor is committed to reducing inequality through its service, and the organization believes that the service of the winning team AGNCY will be helpful in reducing the inequality for working people worldwide. Grameenphone CEO Michael Foly was the mentor of team AGNCY. One of the two representatives of Bangladeshi delegation, Mia Mo Khaiing, was a key member of the team in the Telenor Youth Forum last year. He is now working in Grameenphone. The other three services presented to the jury are the use of Big Data to prevent malaria; Counseling on child safety online for children with disabilities

Speaking on this occasion, CEO of Grameenphone Michael Foly said, "This service will be very useful in Bangladesh because there is a lack of proper supervision to avoid many acts of violation of labor rights. Grameenphone is always auspicious for labor rights and environmental protection law, and if we take the fullest pleasure of this service, then it will play a big role in ensuring labor rights in the country.



Six months journey to Telenor youth forum

In December 2010, Telenor Youth Forum started the Oslo Nobel Peace Prize. Here, 24 representatives are divided into 4 groups, each group is asked to solve a social problem. Since then, the groups were busy creating their ideas, research at customer level and creating prototypes of their services, which ended in Bangkok.

Telenor Group's Chief Corporate Affairs officer Owenche Aegup said, "We have pledged to meet the standards of Telen's global position, our standards and the skills of our staff, in the way of equality." Providing technology to talented young people can also help in reducing inequality. I believe in the possibility of AGNCY and are looking forward to seeing how they are in the future.



Collaborate with the Nobel Peace Center

Telenor Youth Forum is a global platform that leads to the idea of dealing with talented youth in reducing inequality. In collaboration with Nobel Peace Center, this forum brings together young leaders / leaders around the world to create a digital solution for empowerment of society.

Appointment of 24 successful candidates from 8000 applicants in the program for the year 2007-18 are being selected for the year 2018-19 Telenor Ioth forum. To find out more, visit www.telenor.com/youthfourm at this address

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