647 youth from Lilongwe and Mangochi underwent transformative training in Digital, Entrepreneurship, and E-work Skills through Ntha Foundation’s Digital Malawi Project, empowering a majority of females while the Bants2Business initiative saw 9 entrepreneurs thrive, generating revenue and creating employment opportunities
Through the Digital Malawi Project, the Bants2Business platform has seen three distinct editions – the agribiz edition, the edtech edition, and the smart cities edition
Through the phase 3 of the Digital Skills Development and Innovation Grants training, we managed to build the capacity of these youths to become capable ICT users who can innovatively apply their skills in their business endeavors and also find jobs that require ICT literacy.
The Ntha Foundation in collaboration with DigiMap and the Public-Private Partnership Commission (PPPC) with generous support from The World Bank held the second Digi Savvy graduation in Mangochi on July 28th, 2023.
Ntha Foundation hosted a Mass Digital Literacy Awareness Campaign on the 26th of July 2023 in Mangochi at Nkopola ground, a vibrant community nestled in the heart of Malawi under The Digital Malawi Project
The gender digital divide refers to the gap between men and women concerning their access to and usage of digital technologies, particularly the internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT).