The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Delft Imaging is a social enterprise and aims to promote these SDGs with our core activities and projects.

The Delft Foundation

With the Delft Foundation, we’ve always been guided by our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals, and this year was no exception.

We started 2023 by supporting Giro555‘s vital relief efforts in Turkey, providing essential aid to those affected by the earthquake.

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iCog Anyone Can Code

In Ethiopia, our ongoing partnership with iCog Anyone Can Code flourished. In 2022, we created an online programming course designed to make coding fun and educational for students. This comprehensive curriculum, encompassing Scratch and Python, was integrated into their DigiTruck Ethiopia program, enabling over 3,500 students to access free programming courses. Working alongside iCog ACC, we are dedicated to reaching over 12,000 children by offering our resources online, ensuring that their passion for coding continues to grow, no matter where they are.

Upskilling Biomedical Engineers in Ghana

September brought a new milestone with the launch of our project with GIZ/DeveloPPP in Ghana. We’re helping revamp curriculums at the University of Ghana and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, adding more practical training to meet the demands of the medical field. Working with partners like B Braun, Area 9 lyceum, and Sysmex, we’ve equipped these universities with state-of-the-art labs and provided hands-on training. In addition to providing two EasyDRs, we will oversee their maintenance and trainer education for three years. Through our contribution, we aim to improve healthcare delivery through innovation.

GIZ Ghana 2023
  • Interviewing students during the 1st launch of DICC
  • Delft-Coding-Club-3rd-launch-at-Dzorwulu-Junior-High-School
  • Delft Coding Club 4th launch at Dzorwulu Primary School
Delft Imaging Coding Club

Ending the year on a high note, we launched the Delft Imaging Coding Club at Covenant Presbyterian School in Accra, Ghana. This initiative introduces the world of coding to children aged 7-14, with an impressive turnout of nearly 300 students at the launch. We’re excited to expand this program to three more schools in 2024, with a curriculum designed to be engaging and interactive for various learning stages, spanning 37 weeks.

These initiatives are more than just projects; they represent our commitment to empowering young minds and shaping a future where technology and education go hand in hand.