Sidibeh recently made these remarks at a daylong capacity building program organised by the
He said the organisation will provide computer training programs for girls including foundation courses and introduction to Application such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point, internet search skills, E-mail, Blogs, social media and career talks amongst others.
Camara revealed that engaging women and girls in the IT sector is not only the right thing to do from the point of social justice, but it is also smart economic choice that has proven to improve business performance. He thus urged the participants to make best use of the training.
For his part,
The vice principal of the school
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