ACWICT is the organization which will help us young women discover our potential and exploit it to the fullest – Anne Njoroge
The work you do as ACWICT really impacts lives and I can only hope that the impact you make creates a chain reaction in others lives to do the same! – Keter
Creating Sustainable Wealth
It especially opened my eyes to see things differently .I truly appreciate everything i have learnt from you people. It will forever remain a major contributor behind my success and achievements – Keter
Broadening Digital Inclusion
I have carefully rewritten my CV keenly following what our mentors from Microsoft taught me. I must say that the training has impacted my life positively – Nancy
Established in 2001, the African Centre for Women, Information and Communications Technology (ACWICT) is a Kenya-based ICT for Development organization with a regional reach whose mission is to promote women’s access to and knowledge of ICT as tools for social, economic, and political advancement.Learn more about usSee what we do
We believe that basic education for girls leads to better reproductive & family health, as well as lower rates of child mortality and malnutrition and a key in the fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS.
Increasing citizens’ participation in democratic processes is a key to sustainable development. This means ensuring equal participation between men and women in leadership and decision making processes.
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Castro is a young Kenyan who had been working casual jobs in the hospitality industry. His intermittent work earned him about $4 a day for about 19 hours of work a day.read more
Uniserv Education has partnered with ACWICT as an employer partner. Through the partnership, 20 disadvantaged young women have been offered employmentread more
“Vusha” is an employability project with the goal to improve employability prospects and income generating capacities of young peopleread more