Here are some quick tips on the frequently asked questions about the miss.africa program
What is Miss.Africa?
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 overall self-esteem.
What is STEM?
The acronym STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Why was Miss.Africa created?
The “Miss.Africa” digital program is envisioned as one of the central pillars of DCA’s corporate social responsibility program. It is aimed at attracting more young girls and women to the Internet platform to enable them form a sizable demographic of Internet users in Africa, thereby involving them in complementary gender development initiatives that improve the lives of young girls and women.
What are Miss.Africa’s objectives?
This program will allow Miss.Africa to give back to society through a 6 months- 1 year program where interns will participate in different activities that will be organized during the year. The program provides training, mentor-ship and outreach programs to increase the number of skilled women in technology, entrepreneurship and to catalyze impact in the community.
Who will participate in the program?
Women and Girls
From which countries will the selected Miss.Africa participants come?