Group to bridge digital divide between men, women in Ebonyi

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By Mkpuma Enyinna, Abakaliki

A non-governmental organization, Adesso Development Initiative (ADI), is ready to bridge the digital divide between men and women in Ebonyi State.

The organization at the weekend disclosed its intention to train Abakaliki-based women and girls in the areas of UI/UX Design, Frontend Development, Backend Development among others.

According to the group’s Executive Director, Mr. Nnaemeka Phil Eke-Okocha, the Tech4girls fellowship is a two-month emmersive learning programme specially designed for women and girls who are interested in careers in technology for the betterment of our society.

He further explained that the purpose of the programme was to bridge the digital divide between men and women by offering them equal access to technological opportunities.

“Tech4Girls Fellowship is a two-month immersive learning programme for women and girls who are interested in careers in technology.

“The programme attempts to bridge the digital divide between men and women by giving women and girls equal access to technological opportunities.”

 

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