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Welcome to our program page

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Updated: Mar 24


Our organization continues to ensure girls participation in ICT programs. Promoting girls in ICT through the ICT club involves creating a supportive environment where girls can learn, explore, and excel in the field of information and communication technology. We have registered over 350 girls so far, and we continue to reach goals. 

Our Goals

1. Education and Training: To offer workshops, training sessions, and hands-on activities to develop girls' skills in ICT. Encourage them to explore coding, robotics, cybersecurity, app development, and other relevant topics.

2. Mentorship: To provide mentorship opportunities where girls can connect with professionals in the ICT industry. Mentors can offer guidance, support, and insights into career paths in technology.

3. Networking: To organize events, field trips, and networking opportunities to help girls connect with like-minded peers and professionals in the industry. Networking can open doors to internships, job opportunities, and collaborations.

4. Visibility and Representation: To highlight successful women in ICT through guest speakers, panel discussions, and showcases. Representation is crucial for inspiring and empowering girls to pursue careers in technology.

5. Community Engagement: To engage with the broader community through outreach programs, partnerships with schools, and participation in tech competitions. By raising awareness about the importance of girls in ICT, we can help break stereotypes and foster inclusivity.

6. Skill Development: To focus on building both technical and soft skills, such as problem-solving, teamwork, communication, and leadership. These skills are essential for success in the ICT field.

We are creating an innovation that bring girls and young women from rural communities back to school through robotic and AI practical training.

Since the inception of this project, the number of girls and young women signing up for robotics and AI classes through agricultural transformation in the rural areas to drive gender equality has dramatically increased, showing how technology has change and impacted communities. the introduction of robotics and AI can promote skill development and training opportunities for women in agricultural communities. As these technologies become more prevalent, there is a growing demand for individuals who can operate, maintain, and repair them. This demand creates avenues for women to acquire new skills and expertise in robotics and AI, which were traditionally considered male-dominated fields. By participating in training programs and gaining proficiency in these technologies, women can challenge gender stereotypes and increase their employability in both agricultural and non-agricultural sectors. The integration of robotic and AI technologies in agricultural communities is playing a crucial role in driving gender equality. By automating labor-intensive tasks, providing data-driven insights, enhancing productivity, and promoting skill development, these technologies empower women to actively participate in agriculture, decision-making processes, and economic activities. This transformation not only benefits individual women but also contributes to the overall progress and equality within agricultural communities.


We are committed to bridge gender equality, and we are constantly providing agricultural technology training to the rural young women globally. Our digital literacy programs will provide exposure to computers, internet and the benefits that this technology can play in the rural communities. This program will help creating job opportunities for youth and women through agricultural innovation.

This program will Improve digital literacy of women and facilitating their adoption of agricultural technologies which can increase their productivity, market reach and overall aspirations.


WHSF has provided over 1000 Girls with Global ICT training under the "Her Golden Voice" initiative. (Cybersecurity, Drone Technology System, Artificial Intelligent & Coding )

Gender is an important issue in information and communication technologies (ICT). Studies show that ICT use is subject to gender bias, e.g. about ICT use and interests. This contribution describes the current situation of gender and ICT professions.

The Girls in ICT Program is a free, integrated skills training program that combines technical training and hands-on experience to achieve a sustainable goal. This training is informed by the inactive of young women and girl children in 21st-century technology. We are proposing a secondary school technical training to the girl students to encourage them and equip them for the future.


We organized our 2023 ICT event with the collaboration of the Oyo State Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology to commemorate International Day for the Girls in ICT.


WHSF welcomes over 100 girls from different schools and provides knowledge based on Information Communication Technology. Awards and prizes were won and certificates of participation were awarded to all participating schools.

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