Women’sNet is a South African based non-governmental organisation that works to advance gender equality.

Women’sNet Focuses on the intersection between gender and information and communication technologies (ICTs). They recognise that ICTs are a gendered tool and aim to address imbalances in women and men’s access to and meaningful use of ICT’s.Women’sNet achieves this through :

• Providing training that supports women, girls, women’s organisations and networks to develop content and harness the technologies that support their social and organisational objectives
• Creating content platforms and processes that amplify women and girl’s experiences and stories
• Using ICTs to support gender-aware programming, advocacy and networking for collective action
• Conducting research and undertaking advocacy initiatives to integrate gender perspectives into ICT policies and programmes

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