W.TEC recently completed the Young Women’s Programme, which ended with very enthusiastic feedback from the participants.

The W.TEC Young Women’s Programme helped women (18 to 30 years) develop ICT skills for four key aspects of their lives: Leadership; Activism; Career Preparation; and Learning. The 7-day programme taught the basics of using computers and applications that they are likely to use in school or work. It took place in Lagos, Nigeria.

We invite you to view photographs from the programme, which are now available online: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wtec/sets/72157617708236641/.

You can also see photographs from all previous W.TEC programmes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wtec/ ; and check out our website for more info on what we do: http://www.w-teconline.org.

Thank you for your continued support.

Ore

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What a wonderful program. The women look so pleased with their certificates. Thank you for all the work you do as I know many will graduate from your program to go on to lead in their communities.

Dear Oreoluwa, What's a coincident! Do you know some days ago, I had post a offer in world pulse Tittled: Call for Applicatiom:W.TEC's Girls Technology Camp. I didn't know, You will be joining World pulse but today I found you here. Actually, I got that information from Youth Action Partners for Development(YAP4D). I am the member of YAP4D community. Nice to see you here. I have much more to learn from you. Thank you With Love and Regards Sunita

With Love and RegardsSunita Basnet

Dear Ore, Thank you so much for your response. Oh really, its a benefit of networking, isn't it? I am excitied to learn about your work.

With Love and RegardsSunita Basnet

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Ore, Ashoka’s Changemakers, in partnership with the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, are accepting applications for the online competition "Champions of Quality Education in Africa". They are looking to innovative teachers, administrators, professional networks and education organizations in Africa to find promising practices that improve learning at the local, district, and national levels.

I think W.Tec would be a great candidate for this competition. Entries due June 3rd. Best wishes, Janice

p.s. I am so glad you connected with Sunita. You are both going to move mountains one day!