Az­er­cell trig­gers ini­tia­tives on pro­tec­tion of chil­dren’s rights

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The Com­pany's project on the oc­ca­sion of the 1stof June – The In­ter­na­tional Day for Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren is be­ing or­ga­nized with the part­ner­ship of Park Boule­vard

Women’s In­ter­na­tional Demo­cratic Fed­er­a­tion's congress held in 1949 de­cided to com­mem­o­rate the 1st of June as The In­ter­na­tional Day of Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren.

As in the most coun­tries of the world, the day is cel­e­brated in Azer­bai­jan as well. Stay­ing faith­ful to its tra­di­tion, Azer­bai­jan’s lead­ing mo­bile op­er­a­tor Az­er­cell Tele­com has con­ducted a num­ber of events ded­i­cated to The In­ter­na­tional Day of Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren. The first event took place in Park Boule­vard Shop­ping Cen­tre on May, 26, fea­tur­ing the the­matic sketches by the ac­tors of Pan­tomime The­atre.

The sketches which aroused great in­ter­est among the au­di­ence, de­liv­ered a mes­sage on the im­por­tance of elim­i­na­tion of psy­cho­log­i­cal and phys­i­cal abuse of chil­dren and at­tach­ment of at­ten­tion and care to­wards them. The view­ers were handed out blue rib­bons, sym­bol­iz­ing the strug­gle against child abuse and brochures with the in­struc­tions on the use of “Chil­dren’s Hot­line” mo­bile ap­pli­ca­tion ini­ti­ated by Az­er­cell. Baku res­i­dents and guests will have an op­por­tu­nity to watch these sketches be­tween 19:00-20:00 on June, 1 and be­tween 20:00-21:00 on June, 2-3 at Park Boule­vard Shop­ping Cen­tre, also be­tween 18:00-19:00 on June, 2-3 at Foun­tains Square.

In its Cor­po­rate So­cial Re­spon­si­bil­ity pol­icy, Az­er­cell Tele­com has al­ways at­tached great im­por­tance to the projects aimed at the pro­tec­tion of chil­dren’s rights, as well as their health and ed­u­ca­tion. The Com­pany is the part­ner of “Chil­dren’s Hot­line” ser­vice which was set up in 2010 with Az­er­cell’s sup­port and re­ceives con­tri­bu­tion from the com­pany ev­ery year. Az­er­cell also es­tab­lished Mo­bile Den­tal Clinic and Mo­bile Eye Clinic, pro­vid­ing free med­i­cal ser­vices to the chil­dren de­prived of parental care and peo­ple in need. The Com­pany has been also pro­vid­ing sup­port to Chil­dren’s Paralympic Com­mit­tee for 4 years by this time. The re­cent so­cial pol­icy of the Com­pany re­gard­ing the pro­tec­tion of chil­dren’s rights is re­lated to strength­en­ing of cy­ber­se­cu­rity for chil­dren. Az­er­cell has al­ready taken the nec­es­sary tech­ni­cal mea­sures and started pro­vid­ing rais­ing-aware­ness cam­paigns on this mat­ter.

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The leader of the mo­bile com­mu­ni­ca­tion in­dus­try, the largest tax­payer and the big­gest in­vestor of the non-oil sec­tor of Azer­bai­jan Az­er­cell Tele­com LLC was founded in 1996. With 48% share of Azer­bai­jan’s mo­bile tele­com mar­ket Az­er­cell’s net­work cov­ers 80% of the ter­ri­tory (ex­clud­ing 20% of the oc­cu­pied ter­ri­to­ries) and 99.8% of pop­u­la­tion of the coun­try. Cur­rently, 4.5 mil­lion subscribers choose Az­er­cell ser­vices. Az­er­cell has pi­o­neered an im­por­tant num­ber of innovations in Azer­bai­jan, in­clud­ing GSM tech­nol­ogy, ad­vance pay­ment sys­tem, mo­bile in­ter­net ser­vices, Metro cov­er­age, 24/7 call cen­tre ser­vice, 7 day/week Front Of­fice ser­vice, M2M ser­vices, on­estop-shop­ping ap­proach Az­er­cell Ex­press of­fices, mo­bile cus­tomer ser­vices, On­line Cus­tomer Care and So­cial Me­dia Cus­tomer Care ser­vices, mo­bile e-sig­na­ture ser­vice “ASAN Imza” etc. Az­er­cell de­ployed first 4G – LTE ser­vices in Azer­bai­jan in 2012. Ac­cord­ing to the re­sults of mo­bile net­work qual­ity and wire­less cov­er­age map­ping sur­veys by in­ter­na­tional sys­tems, Az­er­cell’s net­work demon­strated the best re­sults among the mo­bile op­er­a­tors of Azer­bai­jan. Az­er­cell is the only com­pany in Azer­bai­jan and CIS re­gion which has been awarded Gold Cer­tifi­cate of In­ter­na­tional “In­vestors in Peo­ple” Stan­dard.

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