Binance Charity Partners With Women In Tech To Provide Free Web3 Training To Rural SA Women

Binance Charity Partners With Women In Tech To Provide Free Web3 Training To Rural SA Women. Binances’s non profit organisation Binance Charity has announced that it has partnered with Women In Tech in order to offer Web3 training to women in rural areas in South Africa and Brazil. The partnership with Women In Tech will endeavor to train about 3,000 women in rural South Africa and Brazil to support future female entrepreneurs.

Women In tech did in a LinkedIn post, “It is such an honour to announce our new partnership with Binance Charity!💃🔥 In our mission to empower women and girls to embrace technology we will be educating 2,800 women about crypto and blockchain!👩🏽‍💻Binance Charity will fund a pilot to empower women to thrive in a Web3 future. The first courses will take place in Brazil & South Africa in October.Courses will be offered in classes of 25 to young women aged 15-25 by qualified trainers in person, online or as a hybrid. The Web3 courses will be designed by Binance Academy and adapted to meet local context Courses will include:🌟Blockchain Fundamentals🌟Crypto Fundamentals 🌟Decentralization🌟Web3 and the Metaverse. Thank you Binance Charity for this rewarding journey we are about to embark on. We truly believe that education can transform lives!”

Women in Tech is an international non-profit organization on a mission to close the gender gap and to help women embrace technology. The organisation promotes girls’ and women’s empowerment around the world, with a focus on Sustainable Development Goal 5b: harnessing technologies. With its Head Office in Paris, the organisation is a Global Movement with chapters in 6 continents, counting over 200.000 members. Its aim is to educate, equip and empower women and girls with the necessary skills, confidence and opportunities to succeed in STEM career fields.

Binance enables Web3 as a driver of social transformation by making its education and research accessible to all, and advancing global solutions for local humanitarian impact. Head of Binance Charity Helen Hai said interest in the program continues to grow in spades: “The response to our Web3 education projects has been unprecedented, showing the keen appetite of so many people to learn about blockchain, De-Fi, NFTs, coding and much more. We’re seeing interest from a diverse range of people, including a great ratio of women […] With so many more education initiatives with amazing partners in the pipeline, we’ve never been more excited to build a more inclusive Web3 world.”

By Thomas Chiothamisi
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