World Pulse Joins the Women and the Web Alliance!

World Pulse is honored to join the Women and the Web Alliance, a groundbreaking public-private partnership which aims to create a movement addressing the gendered Internet gap by bringing more than 600,000 young women online in Nigeria and Kenya in the next three years.

World Pulse will collaborate with USAID, NetHope, Intel Corporation, World Vision, UN Women, and Women in Technology in Nigeria to transform the lives and livelihoods of girls and women in Africa through digital literacy training, relevant content, policy work, and online social networks.

World Pulse will provide digital empowerment training and the peer network of support to sustain women’s engagement and empowerment online. Building on our strong networks in sub-Saharan Africa, World Pulse will use our digital platform to unite and amplify young women’s voices, solutions, and impact worldwide.

By introducing women to the Internet, sustaining their engagement and use of technology as a tool for social and economic empowerment, we are building a future where every woman and girl believes in the power of her own voice and uses it to build a free and equitable world where all life thrives.

The Alliance was announced at the U.S.-Africa Leaders’ Summit event, Investing in Women: Strengthening Africa, hosted by the White House, the George W. Bush Institute, and the US Department of State. The event convened African First Spouses from more than 35 countries; non-governmental organization and non-profit leaders; private sector partners; faith-based and grassroots organizations; and other leading experts.

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This is a great opportunity, yet again and milestone for World Pulse to empower women in making their voices heard. So glad that Kenya is benefiting. I would love to participate in some way and would wish to request if possible, that you would engage those of us in the network to be part of it, either conducting the trainings or otherwise....empower us to empower others!

Thanks and best regards.

Terry Shiundu

This is truly an historical moment, women all over the world are finding their voice and making their mark in he world. You educate a woman you educate a family, community and world.

Sherna Alexander Benjamin

"Whenever the human rights of one is violated the human rights of all are in jeopardy." - Sherna Alexander Benjamin