MOIT creates a computer lab at the Women Development and Empowerment Center

MOIT Establishes a computer lab at the Women Development and Empowerment Center. Minister of Informatics and Telecommunications Anusha Rahman and minister of CADD Dr. Tariq Fazal Chaudhary Computer lab inaugurated. Without a doubt MOIT works to bridge the digital gender divide. Senior officials of the Ministry of Informatics and Telecommunications, CADD, PBM and USF also attended the ceremony.

MOIT creates a computer lab at the Women Development and Empowerment Center

Microsoft collaborated with MOIT provide training to young girls that will give them confidence to participate in the socio-economic development of the country.

The two ministers have expressed a keen interest in providing TIC female student facilities at Pakistan Women’s Empowerment and Development Center Baitulmal.

During the inauguration, Anusha noted:

“ICTs are the lever of economic progress. We use this leverage to empower girls from marginalized sections of society. Through this initiative, we aim to help girl students by making them master computer science.

Speaking on occasion,Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary noted:

That in a world of global communications and large-scale technologies, the girls of our country still face multiple challenges. He also appreciated the efforts of the Minister of Informatics for the provision of advanced computer laboratories in 226 girls’ schools in the territory of Islamabad.

The ICTs for Girls program is a very positive initiative, which trains thousands of girls in Pakistan Baitul Wrong. The computer lab of the Center for the Development and Empowerment of Women will certainly bring reforms in the development sector of TIC when it comes to women. No nation can excel without the equal contribution of both sexes.

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Mara R. Wilmoth