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CodeClub World is pretty much what it says. It's an international version of CodeClub. It'll be providing open-source resources/materials and volunteering frameworks in French, German, Portugese, Ukrainian, and Turkish, all posted to GitHub termly.
First countries leading the charge on CodeClub are Ukraine (Kiev) and Luxembourg.
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The idea behind Code Club World is to give every child in the world the chance to learn to code by providing project materials and a volunteering framework that supports the running of after-school coding clubs.
The main difference between Code Club UK & Code Club World, is that Code Club World is entirely community led and supported. This means that the projects will need to be translated by each country and the volunteers need to be supported by a central team in each country.