Uganda: Unleashing Nakawa Women's Entrepreneurial Potential Through ICT

A group of marginalized, Peri-urban women will be trained in effective use of computer, internet and mobile phone technology to bridge information gaps/tap into economic and social benefits of ICTs. The citizenry will be positioned and mobilized to share business and life experiences via new communication channels. Activities include ICT training, personal testimony, storytelling skills building, running a computer laboratory. 60 women will benefit from training and will easily access computer service. Trained members will train peers and other community members to cascade project benefits.

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