The Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre, W.TEC, is a Nigerian non-governmental organisation
working to empower girls and women socially and economically, using information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Our work is carried out through projects and workshops, which help to build technology skills and literacy among women.
Apply for the W.TEC Technology Camp: Now in its 5th year, the W.TEC Girls Technology Camp helps girls develop an early interest in computers and other information technology. Learn more & apply for the 2012 edition.
Past Programmes: Learn about some of W.TEC's past programme. Read
W.TEC in Action
News W.TEC Celebrates International Girls in ICT Day: W.TEC celebrates the day with a Technology Camp. The camp, which is scheduled to take place from April 23 - 27 in Lagos, Nigeria, will be held on the week of International Girls in ICT Day and will serve as a platform to celebrate and encourage girls to learn and use information and
communication technology for their social and economic development. Learn more.
Adobe Youth Foundation Partners with W.TEC: W.TEC is pleased to announce its partnership with Adobe Youth Foundation and TakingITGlobal to equip young people with multimedia skills. As a partner, W.TEC will deliver an exciting multimedia-focused curriculum through its annual Girls Technology Camp and a series of other programs over the next year. Learn more.
Volunteer Opportunities at W.TEC: W.TEC is looking for volunteers, who can help with Training, Writing Proposals, Administration and Curriculum Review/Development. Learn more.
2012 Technology Camp See photos from this year's W.TEC Girls Technology camp for teenagers.