Information, Communication & Technology (ICT)

Information, Communication & Technology (ICT)

Just like media personalities, our beneficiaries more specifically, youth and women needs accurate and reliable information, right strategies and tools for engage themselves and community in general.
However, many still lack access to information, skills and Internet services. For example, computer is given less attention and taught as a package.

In the end, wide gender-digital gap is experienced, unemployment and general under-development. Bridging this gap, we identify, partner and link youth and women with opportunities and programs that enable them to advance in ICT. Key partners include Kaggle, Ajira, DOT Kenya, Technnovation Girls among others.

Brochures

View our 2022 Projects prospectus of brochure for an easy to read guide on all of the projects.