As global citizens, our role is to contribute in supporting communities to build and strengthen their capacity for self-reliance. Today, people with disabilities are very limited with the lack of supportive technology and digital skills thus facing limitation in accessing available training and other related ICT services.
Thus, we provide capacity building training to tackle digital gender gap and skills development training for people with physical disabilities in ICT such as computing and online marketing, enabling them to be fully equipped to compete and have access to the labour market in today's changing digital world.
Tackling the digital gender gap means more than improving internet access, it means empowering women, girls and other maginalised persons with various gender identities in the use, access and development of new technologies and addressing digital gender-based violence as well as gender-based discrimination in emerging technologies.
10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
50 PROJECTS EXECUTED
75 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1500 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR