Volunteer with WTEC

Another opportunity to volunteer is here again as  W.TEC summer camp for girls holds 2nd – 16th August, 2014.

The W.TEC Girls Technology Camp is a 2-week technology education and mentoring programme organized by W.TEC, with the objective of helping girls develop an early interest in computers and information technology. For the camp duration, the girls will participate in technology workshops. The long-term goal is to increase the numbers of Nigerian women using technology productively for learning, professional and leadership activities

To this effect, they are recruiting female volunteers for the forth-coming program and listed below are the pre-requisite for applying:

-Should be a resident of Lagos state
-Should be between the age of 20 and 25 years old.
-Should be ICT  inclined
-Should be available to attend an 8-day Pre-camp ICT training workshop in July, 2014.

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PRESS RELEASE: 2nd International Day of the Girl Child Event in Nigeria

Hey guys,

In Lagos? What are you doing tomorrow? This looks like a great programme to attend. Let’s move for the girl child!

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HACEY’s Health Initiative is a registered Non-Governmental Organization
with the mission to educate and support women, children and young people to
lead healthy and sustainable lives. HACEY will be hosting the 2nd
International Day of the Girl Child in Lagos state, Nigeria on the 10th
October 2013 with the theme: Education as a Catalyst in promoting the
Health, Empowerment, and Rights of the Girl Child in Africa.

Speakers for the program include Mr Jeffery Hawkins – Current United States
Consul General in Nigeria; H.E. Mrs. Toyin Saraki – Former First Lady Kwara
state, and Founder & President of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa; Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin -Recipient of US International Women of Courage Award, and president Women Arise for Change Initiative; Mrs Yemisi Ransome-Kuti – Founder NNNGO and Civil Society Advisor to the World Bank; and Mrs Detoun Ogwo – Executive Director Afterschool Graduate Centre.

*Theme: Education as a catalyst in Promoting the Health, Empowerment and
Right of the Girl Child*

*Date:    Thursday, October 10th, 2013*

*Time:   9am prompt*

*Venue: Main Auditorium, University of Lagos, AKoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria.*

**Participation is Free*

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