Women Game Jam is a game development marathon where participants are challenged to plan and create a digital or analog game, based on a theme that remains secret until the beginning of the event. This kind of event offers the ideal environment to learn, create a portfolio, and strenghten under-represented gamedev communities. This year, due […]
We are so excited to announce that we completed the 3 week training with the girls Pinkhouse Olympia Many thanks to Makumbi John Muleba for the partnership with us it was an amazing experience.#futurewomenleaders#digitalliteracy#WeareWomenWeareCapableWeareAfrican The training covered basic computer usage essential to help the young ladies prepare for life after high school.
In September, 2019 Asikana Network launched eZibo Digital Literacy program in Zambia, in partnership with Facebook. The program was aimed at training youths across 6 provinces in Zambia between the ages of 13 -18.The name eZibo means e-knowledge stemming from the Lozi word for knowledge. Over 2000 teenagers were reached spanning across 6 provinces and […]
Asikana Network is participating in a Global Challenges Research Funded Project on Gender-Justice & Digital Innovation in Africa. The project led by Dorothea Kleine Professor in the Geography Department and Co-Director of the Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID), Chisenga Muyoya Co-founder Asikana Network and PhD Scholar University of Sheffield, in partnership with School of […]
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“I joined The Asikana Network immediately I completed my studies at The Copperbelt University. Initially, it was to explore and share my love for Graphics Design, but instead, the community and the network’s support encouraged me to take on challenges that have been beneficial to my personal and professional development beyond my qualifications and hobbies.”
“when I got my first real job,I was very excited. But my contract ended prematurely after a year and a half.After staying jobless for a few months.My friend and I heard about Asikana Network and so we joined the network.The network gave me a chance to volunteer as a basic computer instructor in government schools.With this volunteering experience I was able to get another job as a computer instructor.”
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