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Philippines to launch digital literacy campaign for women

The Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT), in partnership with the PhilCeCNet and Foundation, will join the global digital literacy campaign for women, spearheaded by the, with the launch of the nationwide Philippine Digital Literacy for Women campaign on March 2 at the UPOU headquarters in Los Baňos.


The campaign will be a year-long crusade to train and help 10,000 grassroots women in the country gain functional digital literacy - basic ICT skills and proficiencies which will allow women to explore and reach their highest potential as women in the digital information age.


To achieve this, a series of training will be conducted all over the country, beginning in June 2011. A trainers training will be conducted prior to the rollout of the actual training courses.


For information about the campaign, 'like' us on our Facebook page. You can also follow the campaign on Twitter.


For updates about the Philippine CeC Program, visit the

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Comment by Reynald M. Cacho on March 1, 2011 at 5:22am
Yeah! Go Girls!
Comment by Jasmine Mohammadsali on February 28, 2011 at 3:08pm
We are also enjoining everyone here in the community to join us online for the campaign launch on March 2, from 11:30 am to 12:00 noon (GMT +08:00). Information on how you can join can be found in the mechanics for participation. Thanks and see you all on March 2!
Comment by Jimmy L. Calata on February 23, 2011 at 8:00am
You have our all-out support too! Mabuhay ang mga kababaihan!
Comment by Jasmine Mohammadsali on February 22, 2011 at 5:45pm
Thank you for the words of support and encouragement Ms. Indrani :) We do hope that you will join us during the launch on March 2, via the campaign's Facebook page. We also hope to see our friends from the community with us for the ceremonial launch :)
Comment by Indrani Kashyap on February 22, 2011 at 2:32pm
My heartiest congratulations to Foundation, CICT and PhilCecNet for this commendable rollout in the Philippines. I wish the digital literacy campaign all the success. It holds great promise in bettering the lives of millions of women, by helping them bridge the digital divide and honing their skills, thereby improving their prospects of better livelihood.

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