We work collectively with partners across the private, social profit, academic and government sectors to technologically empower girls and women, enabling them to maximize on productivity in their academic,domestic and professional lives.
In so many a times, girls and women develop ideas in and become backdoor entrepreneurs with inefficient knowledge about business in the current highly digitized world. This overshadows the potential creativity and the innovative nature of businesses and business ideas. Embracing technology helps empower women in all their fields of interest and the TechEmpowerment family is here to help you embrace technology and maximize on its benefits in today's competitive world.
We provide projects,workshops and speaking engagements that are tailor made for the African girl and woman.You don't need to be a nerd to understand tech or participate in our events.....just the will to learn!
POINTS TO PONDER
"While the internet is fast becoming a major source of information, very little content generated within Africa has been made available online."
Dr. Seyfu KetemaExecutive director Asareca
"Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other."
Bill GatesPrincipal founder of the Microsoft Corporation
"While technology is important, it's what we do with it that truly matters."
Muhammad YunusBangladeshi social entrepreneur, banker, economist,