"Today is a special day and it belongs to the girls," said Matashane-Marite, ECA's Gender section in celebration of the International Telecommunication Union's Girls in information and communication technologies (ICT) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. "My message to the girls is please embrace ICTs as an enabler to help you achieve your dreams in this digital world of today." Matashane-Marite was joined by other ECA professionals in training and sharing personal stories with girls from various Ethiopian schools on how they made it in a male-dominated field. Read more. More on the ECA in this BRIEFING.
Girls in ICT: ECA Professionals Inspire Ethiopian Girls to Break into Boys' Club
Economic Commission for Africa, 27 April 2017
The Economic Commission for Africa on Thursday participated in the International Telecommunication Union’s Girls in information and communication technologies (ICT)… Read more »
The Economic Commission for Africa on Thursday participated in the International Telecommunication Union’s Girls in information and communication technologies (ICT) celebrations in Addis Ababa
ECA's Keiso Matashane-Marite says it is essential to show ICT is not a masculine profession; narrative change important.
ECA professionals joined other distinguished guests in training and sharing personal stories with girls from various Ethiopian schools on how they made it in a male-dominated field.
On 8th of March when the world celebrates International Women's Day, "our collective attention is drawn to the situation of women in the world of work, in order not only to just ... Read more »
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