Bangladesh Women in Technology (BWIT) Projects

    `Women ICT Freelancers and Entrepreneurs Development Program' of SME Foundation two batches of one month long training courses

    `Women ICT Freelancers and Entrepreneurs Development Program' of SME Foundation two batches of one month long training courses arranged in Daulatpur, Khulna., in Graphic Design and SEO. Certificate Award Ceremony was held on 18 October 2015 in Daulatpur, Khulna. Access to Information (a2i) Programme and Bangladesh Women in Technology Daulatpur, Khulna y (BWIT) are the implementing partners of this Program.

  • Women ICT Freelancer and Entrepreneur Development Program: integrating into the supply chain., Certificate Award Ceremony at Bhaluka on 15 June 2015

  • Women ICT Freelancer and Entrepreneur Development Program: integrating into the supply chain. Project launched at Bhaluka on 16 May 2015

  • Women ICT Freelancer and Entrepreneur Development Program: Integrating into the Supply Chain – Press Conference 14 May 2015

  • Women ICT Freelancer and Entrepreneur Development Program: Integrating into the Supply Chain Announce announcement at Digital World 2014 – BWIT Tech Needs Girls: Ensure Meaningful Engagement” held 5 June 2014 at the Digital World 2014

    Women ICT Freelancer and Entrepreneur Development Program: integrating into the supply chain., An announcement was made to develop 3000 ICT Entrepreneurs from all over Bangladesh by a joint program of a2i , BWIT, SME Foundation The global technology trends, business opportunities and growth prospects were deliberated on. The issues that girls and women face and their achievement and possible areas of progress were discussed. A2I Programme has set up 4547 Union Information and Service Centres (UISCs) at the lowest tier of Local Government Division (LGD) in Union Parishad. Among these, 3775 UISCs have already provided basic computer training to 55,000 men and women of which 25% are women. SME Foundation will access these ICT certified women from UISC and train them in different skills for freelancing like graphics , data entry, web design etc, and prepare them for the outsourcing industry. In the next fiscal year, a2i, SME Foundation and BWIT and will jointly target 3000 men and women

“Girls in ICT Day 2015” BWIT holds Mobile App Contest 2015 for Girls Students

 

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