Special Report on
Women In Information Technology
Women In Information Technology - Trends
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As there are neither statistics nor literature on the position of women in information technology in Africa, as users or as IT professionals, or what impact IT has had on them, we can only make some deductions and predictions based on the preceding sections and on literature relating to other regions. The problems with under-utilization of present capacity, lack of computer literacy and of education and training facilities have been described above. Access to training is limited for both men and women, but men may be given priority for admission in the belief that they are more likely to use their qualifications. ...
(iSchool), recently partnered with the Syracuse Chapter of Nanhi Kali to help raise money to educate young girls in India. Nanhi Kali, created in 1996, is an initiative to educate underprivileged girls by providing them with direct funds for educational materials. The organization is a joint venture between K.C. Mahindra Education Trust and the Naandi Foundation, and it works with 25 non-governmental organizations in cities and villages throughout India. Currently, the program provides more than 50,800 underprivileged girls with academic and material support, such as uniforms and ... Read More
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