We are a Kenya-based ICT for Development Organization, with a regional reach whose mission is to promote women and youth access to and knowledge of ICTs as tools for sustainable development.
Established in 2001, The African Centre for Women, Information and Communications Technology (ACWICT) is a Kenya-based ICT for Development (ICT4D) Organization, with a regional reach whose mission is to promote women and youth access to and knowledge of ICTs as tools for sustainable development. Our vision is a world where all people, women, and men have equal opportunities to access and use information/knowledge for their social, economic, and political advancement. We focus on high potential but disadvantaged women and youth including marginalized, vulnerable, and underserved women from urban informal settlements and rural communities, providing solutions that improve their access to employment, education, health, and leadership opportunities for better livelihoods.
This are the unbreakable rules
we commit to as a team and commit to our clients
ACWICT Staff will always act with integrity, providing quality service, being reliable and responsible.
ACWICT will pursue and nurture partnerships with all the relevant stakeholders in a bid to achieve its objectives
ACWICT expect the expression of high levels of regards among staff and clientele. Respect is paramount to the efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery
ACWICT is guided by the philosophy of openness, offering full information required for collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making
ACWICT advocates for embracing diversity in Kenya. Our resolve is that equitable and active involvement of both men and women in decision making and problem solving is vital for society to thrive
ACWICT encourages ideas development in projects and processes. This ensures that the products, processes, services, technologies, or business models are effective and readily available
We've worked with some amazing people.
We pursue and nurture short and long-term partnerships with like-minded local and international development partners; foundations; technology companies; learning institutions; employer partners and community-based organizations