Digital literacy has a significant impact at any age. The earlier girls receive training in digital spaces, the better. But women who may not have grown up with, or had access to technology throughout their lives also benefit from learning these new skills.
When ZOO Memorial Foundation launched their mobile digital program in her community, Mary encouraged all her students to join in…
ZOO Memorial Foundation is empowering women to fully engage in digital technology and the opportunities it brings.
The importance of the internet and modern technology is difficult to understate. Mix in a global pandemic that heavily limits free movement for people all over the world, it becomes impossible to understate.
Through digital spaces and skills training, ZOO Memorial Foundation aims to instil and encourage confidence in students to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in education and as a career.
The impact of COVID-19 has hit hard, with every society facing inevitable effects for years to come. Among those hit the hardest are children and young people, whose education is at risk given school closures.
Switching on a computer is empowerment. Learning how to use the internet creates confidence. Training in computer coding could be life-changing. But for many women and girls across the world, these opportunities are out of reach because…
When I first read about this, I questioned myself, “Are there parts of the world without access to technology?” Discussion with…
This is where we work. Nyakoko Secondary School is our newest and largest beneficiary centre to date with 40 computers. This picture of the road leading to the school was taken on the day of the official launch of the information communication technology centre in May 2018. The school has Continue Reading
The eLearning platform is curriculum-based and can be used complementary to regular learning by students and teachers. Students have individualised login credentials and use the platform for personalised learning.