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The first Pan-African Program to support women-in-technology, opening the technological world to African women. The Miss.africa digital program is a gender-focused initiative targeted mainly at female youth audiences in Africa to increase their personal involvement and adoption of Science, Technology & Mathematics (STEM) fields with a view to improving their digital self-awareness and empowerment, and overall self-esteem ......Support Miss.africa, Support STEM!!
The Miss.Africa Digital Program is a gender-focused initiative targeted mainly at female youth audiences in Africa to increase their personal involvement in early technology use and adoption with a view to improving their digital self-awareness and empowerment, and bridging the economic divide through employment and/or entrepreneurship.
Our Track Record On Female Financial Empowerment
– Miss.Africa Digital Seed-Fund, Fempower
12 African Countries
Our pioneering 10 year women-in-tech program, Miss. Africa Digital, brought together our seed-fund award program winners, Ambassadors and Girl Leaders to virtually celebrate our 5th Year Seed-Fund Award anniversary alongside the International Girls in ICT Day via a WebForum. It’s unbelievable, it is 5 years since we launched the Miss.Africa Digital Seed Funding Award program. Time really flies by when good things happen….
Ms. Sithembile Ncube, our Ambassador; Miss.Africa Digital WomenInTech Program and a recipient of the prestigious Miss.Africa Digital Seed Fund award was opportune the role to represent Miss.Africa Digital’s work and her work at the Women in Tech Africa conference on 18-19 March 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Quote of the Week “Participating in the Miss.Africa program has been very instrumental in connecting me to the very essence of ICT’s and its immense potential. I came in quite green but have grown through the mentorship and opportunities for personal improvements that I have been accorded unreservedly. I will be a proud ambassador of this profound project” Ms. Bernice Wangu SBS