Last year, MUDA enacted a number of initiatives to promote its mission of a more digital Portuguese citizenry and counted with more than 30 partners and a sponsorship from the Presidency of the Republic. One of these initiatives, a roadshow that traveled to more than 11 cities over 5 months, counted about 15 thousand visitors to its tent. In fact, combining the visits to the space and dissemination through social media and other networks, the MUDA Roadshow reached about one million citizens last year.
For 2018, MUDA will execute another set of impactful initiatives such as execute another Roadshow among its, build a network of MUDA Volunteers, and roll out a daily program "MUDA Num Minuto" on RTP. The MUDA Volunteer Program will be begin in schools starting next year and already consists of 700 volunteers who endeavor to helping others, inside and outside the family, enter the digital world. "MUDA Num Minuto" will be a daily emission of internet tips in a minute, with a focus on day-to-day tasks. Another key objective for this year is to address the role of the state. Alexandre Nilo Fonseca stated yesterday that it is critical for Portugal to create a more appropriate "legislation 4.0," such as a common authentication system for business and government.
The goal for this year is to continue to build on the success MUDA had last year and further improve the digital maturity of Portugal and its citizens.
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