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Friday, 12 March, 2021
Quote of the week
"When we empower girls and women in the ICT industry through greater access to skills and training, we not only unlock innovation but also economic opportunities."
- Ghada Khalifa, Regional Director- Microsoft Philanthropies MEA
Comment of the week
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Technologies disrupt old ways of doing things.
My point’s that technological disruption’s complex. It shouldn’t just be understood as progress or as threat. There will be winners and losers from it; there will be impacts that we like and those we don’t; there will be opportunities for some, lost opportunities for others; there will be changes in the distribution of prosperity and power.
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Every day is #InternationalWomensDay
8th March is being celebrated as International Women's Day, as such, it is important for me as a man to acknowledge and highlight that many industries, and especially the digital technology (tech) industry, across the world and not just in Africa, is still very much dominated by men. As such we all need to be aware of this and do whatever is possible to empower women.
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