COMPUTER SKILLS FOR RURAL WOMEN IN UGANDA.

Learning new computer skills in the rapidly changing information technology (IT) sector opens young women opportunities in Rural Uganda.

Philomera foundation, a youth lead Initiative based on the Island District of Kalangala on Lake Victoria in Uganda, helps end the gender technology gap by teaching women and girls IT skills.

For more, Africa 54’s Technology Correspondent Paul Ndiho, via Skype, spoke to Joseph Kayiira, Founder, Philomera Hope Foundation Center in Uganda.

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