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Our vision is a society where women are empowered through use of ICTs for sustainable development. Mission is to promote strategic and innovative use of ICT4D.
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Ingrid Brudvig Aug 16
Gender-responsive policymaking makes for better policy that serves public interest - takeaways from on closing the
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J-PAL Aug 15
We're launching a brand new free online course with ! Learn from professors Abhijit Banerjee and Ben Olken in Political Economy and Economic Development, starting 9/3. Watch the course trailer and enroll at .
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Makerere University Aug 14
Makerere University Council Approves STEM Affirmative Action Policy. 40% enrolment quota has been ring-fenced for female students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Read more:
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RightsCon Aug 13
📢Opportunity Alert📢 We're looking for a passionate, globally minded, expert communicator to join the team as the new Communications Associate! Interested? Check out the full posting here 👇
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APC Aug 13
How is movement building in a digital age expressed in different locations in Africa? What should we pay attention to as backlash and attacks occur in the different spaces we occupy? Join our four-day convening on in :
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ECA Aug 12
Are you an African national under the age of 40 (or 45 for women with children) with 7-10 years of work experience? Apply now to become one of our and be part of the next generation of African leaders. ▶️
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Tactical Tech Aug 11
Call for essays: Technology, power and emancipation
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A4AI Aug 12
The in Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia is believed to have a negative effect on the freedom of expression and civic engagement. Read more insights from our research on women’s experiences with the taxes.
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AFRINIC-The Regional Internet Registry for Africa Aug 12
Positively and actively contribute to Internet number resource management awareness in the AFRINIC Service Region. Apply for AFRINIC-31 Fellowship>> #
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Victor Ndonnang Aug 12
The is accepting applications for travel fellowship to attend the 4th Summit on in . Apply today!
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UN Women Africa Aug 12
Isn't it a wonderful time to be young? Isn't it a wonderful time to be African? Isn't it a wonderful time to be a woman? We young people are no longer just beneficiaries, we are partners sitting at the table of leadership ~ at
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African Union Aug 12
Following great interest received from the public, the deadline for nominations for to be included in the Commemorative Book on African Women in Peace & Security has been extended to 2nd September 2019 , Read more @
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NWO-WOTRO Aug 12
A webinar for the Cooperation South Africa-The Netherlands Call will take place tomorrow at 2PM CET. For more information and registration, go to
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susan atim Aug 12
Replying to @wougnet
A person who knows how to use a tool like a smart phone to access relevant information on the internet is well informed and in perfect position to give an opinion based on info they are able to access.
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Letowon Saitoti Abdi Aug 12
Digital skilling helps give an individual courage and strength to do something freely and easily, without digital skill some of us wouldn't be where we are today but because we know what we know digitally we can stand and speak.
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Peter Ongom Aug 12
The rate of online participation determines the overall percentage of digital skilling.More access to the online world will enable access to more digital skills
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Letowon Saitoti Abdi Aug 12
The youths in the rural areas are more likely to be competent and out of curiosity they can do wonders. all they need is a platform to do this.
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Women of Uganda Netw Aug 12
That is the end of our Twitter chat today, many thanks to those who participated - & hyping for us - the conversation continues on our wougnet & ICT4DY - Happy
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susan atim Aug 12
Replying to @wougnet @moes_ug and 3 others
& needs to Get rid of tax on ICT tools and internet data; needs to Provide for digital skilling initiatives for youth as key in the next RCDF (if any) and national development agendas
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susan atim Aug 12
Replying to @wougnet @moes_ug
needs to - Introduce & improve on already existing ICT related subjects at primary and secondary school; Offer digital training for all youth who are in & out of school at new & existing community centers at no cost
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