Screen Girls Project

Screen Girls is a project that aims to develop young women's skills in computing so they can gain employment.

  • Screen Girls Project
  • Screen Girls Project
  • Screen Girls Project

What do we do?

We reach out to young women aged 18 to 25, about to enter employment, or in some cases students. They enrol on a course that teaches them in depth about computer software. They learn to create more than 200 outputs, useful on both a professional and personal level.

We will also provide support to assist in finding employment.

First batch

The pilot project started in January, with over 40 young women. 

Meet some of the participants!



What's next?

We plan to train up to 400 participants, involving several Community Partners of Sangam. We will also offer additional computer courses, such as Tally for accountancy and Corel Draw for publishing.


Stay tuned on our Facebook page for stories of participants and updates!

 

Contact Clemence

Clemence Joris | Project Leader

Clemence.Joris@sangam.wagggs.org
+919172292225
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