Newsletter for Women's Technology Empowerment Centre - W-TEC 
Educating, Connecting and Empowering Girls & Women through ICT

 W.TEC Bits & Bytes

    March 2017

In this issue, we present our recent programmes:
  • W.TEC 2017 - SMW Lagos Event
  • Facebook & W.TEC celebrate 2017 Safer Internet Day
  • SHE CAN with ICT programme at UNILAG takes off
  • Meet W.TEC's new ICT Queen
  • 16 Days of Activism at 10 schools
  • Our ED's tribute to Mrs Florence Seriki

 SHE CAN with ICT Programme  At  UNILAG  

W.TEC commences a new phase of its ''SHE CAN with ICT'' programme. This project, which comprises of a series of ICT  and entrepreneurship workshops for undergraduate women, will take place at the University of Lagos
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W.TEC Kicks off Peer Learning Meetings in SW

W.TEC, as part of the Beyond Access programme, commences the 3rd phase of the capacity building workshops for librarians in southern Nigeria.
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Meet Miss W.TEC  2016 / 2017

Miss Atinuke Israel emerged the best participant at the 2016 W.TEC Camp, Miss Atinuke shares with us, her experience at the camp.
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W.TEC 2017 Schedule

We're certainly going to be very busy in 2017, striving towards achieving our vision. This year we are considerably expanding the reach of our work and introducing new programmes.   Review our 2017 calender.

W.TEC Panel at 2017 Social Media Week Lagos

W.TEC's panel of experts for its 2017 Social Media Week Lagos event (Parenting in an Era of Technology) explored efficient ways of raising children in a technology-focused era.
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Watch event video

W.TEC Joins 2016 '16 Days of Activism' Campaign at 10 Schools

W.TEC supported the annual global campaign against gender-based violence through its outreach to almost 4,000 girls in 10 schools. W.TEC shared strategies on staying safe online with the students.
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W.TEC at 2016 West African Gaming Expo

On November 9, 2016, W.TEC participated in the West African Gaming Expo (WAGE) in Lagos. The expo is a technology conference and exhibition, focused on animation, video, mobile games and related products. 
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Donate To W.TEC

Your generous donations to W.TEC are highly appreciated. Your contributions will support W.TEC’s highest priorities: providing affordable training, mentoring and career counselling; and investing in innovative research which will better the quality of life for women and girls.

to us via bank transfer or using a debit or credit card on the GlobalGiving platform.
Also sign-up to volunteer with us.

Facebook & W.TEC Mark 
2017 Safer Internet Day

W.TEC in conjunction with Facebook, marked the 2017 Safer Internet Day on Friday, February 10 at Reagan Memorial Baptist Girls School, Yaba, Lagos,
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Adieu, Mrs. Florence Seriki

Our Executive Director, Oreoluwa Lesi, pens an emotional tribute to an amazing woman and supporter of W.TEC who left this world too soon.   
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W.TEC Academy opens for the 3rd Year

W.TEC Academy resumed its third session for the 2016 - 2017 academic year. The Academy, this time, is holding classes in 5 select Lagos State secondary schools of Lagos Island and Ikoyi.
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View 2015-2016 pictures

W.TEC in Morocco

W.TEC‘s Programme Manager, Modupe Darabidan in November 2016, was in Marrakech, Morocco to participate in the inaugural Africa 4 Tech summit. She shares with us her experience at the summit. 
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