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Bridging the Gender Digital Divide: Here is How You Can Help

As societies become increasingly dependent on digital technology, women and their broader communities are at risk of losing out on the advantages of full participation in digital economies. Why? The gender digital gap is still wide world over and even worse in third world economies. The gender digital divide can be grouped into 3 categories: …

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Nange! Project: Providing Computer Skills to the Less Privileged at no Cost

On a hot afternoon, 2 children aged around 4 or 5 are seen fighting for ownership of an old computer keyboard. ‘Nange’, ‘Nange’ begged the younger one, a girl. ‘Nange’ is a ganda word meaning ‘me too.’ That is when it was decided to take on the obligation of offering basic training in the use …

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Stephen Dumba Voted to ICT Teachers’ Association Executive

Our very our Stephen Dumba, the director of E-zone School of Computing has been elected as the co-ordinator for Central Region in the ICT Teachers’ Association of Uganda. The voting that was done online from 1st March 2019 was concluded on Tuesday 4th March, 2019. The 2019 executive of the ICT Teachers’ Association is to …

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