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Empowering Women in
We aspire to build a future where the Internet is a secure and welcoming space for women and marginalized communities.
Our mission is to encourage and facilitate women's digital participation by offering training in digital literacy and digital skills and advocating for safer cyber regulations.
What We Do
Our main focus is to empower women with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the internet safely and without restrictions. One of the major obstacles to women's active participation online is the prevalence of online violence against them. In addition to providing training, we advocate for policies and regulations that safeguard women online and hold perpetrators accountable for their actions.
Women@web offers training programs to both individuals and organizations on how to effectively use online tools and platforms. Our primary goal is to provide women with the necessary skills, knowledge, and tools to navigate online spaces with confidence. We aim to foster a collaborative and participatory learning environment through a human-centred approach.
Our curriculum revolves around three core pillars: digital skills, digital literacy, and digital resilience.
To effectively address the digital gender gap, We conduct research on cyber-related topics utilise to gain insights into women’s digital participation and the prevalence and nature of online violence against women in Rwanda.
We organise and offer mental health support to individuals who have experienced online violence, and promote digital self-care practices.
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