Creating Opportunities for
Women and Youth

What we do

Over the last two decades, the integration of Information and Technology has made the most significant impact on the global socio-economic scope with its applications in the different industries almost impossible to ignore. With this development some of the industries (Goods and Services) have moved to integrate the use of technology to increase consumer reach as well as improve the overall consumer experience. This has led to an increase in demand for content developers and more importantly computer programmers that are well equipped in developing e-solutions that can help grow SMEs and MSEs around the world.

 ACWICT recognises that Coding (whether mobile or web-based) has become an essential skill across the world, simply because computer science is a fundamental skill for all 21st century careers. Our Software Development and Innovation program implements innovation bootcamps that provide a platform for aspiring developers to gain coding/programming skills and links to emerging entrepreneurial opportunities within the growing tech space. We aim to create a community of young women coders who can provide sustainable technology-driven solutions to some of the challenges that communities experience in accessing services.


For the last two decades, we have been working to address the problem of unemployment through the following initiatives.

ICT4Development Innovation Week Bootcamps

ICT4 Development Innovation Week Bootcamps The Innovation Week Bootcamps aim at giving participants an opportunity to develop e-solutions/innovations addressing some of the challenges that communities experience in accessing services.Participants involved are equipped with coding/programming skills...


COVID-19 and Digital Employability Programme

ACWICT has received funding support from the UKAID to equip 1,000 unemployed/underemployed young women aged 18-34 years from informal settlements and rural Kenya, including those who lost their jobs/business opportunities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic with market-driven online/digital work skills to enable them become re-employed or secure new employment and business opportunities. At


Solutions for Youth Employment

In June 2019, ACWICT, after a rigorous evaluation by the World Bank’s Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE)’s coalition independent selection panel, was accepted to join the membership of S4YE’s external community of practice, the Impact Portfolio. As a member of the S4YE Impact Portfolio, ACWICT joins a new community of innovative youth employment projects from

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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.

August Friday

COVID-19 and Digital Employability Programme Launch Webinar

Join us as we look to address the objective behind the intervention and also how

August Thursday

Emerging Models from Sub-Saharan Africa

Fostering Sustainable Livelihoods for Adolescent Girls and Young Women  

May Saturday

ACWICT AND GSMA Sub Saharan Africa Tech4Girls Webinar

In our sustained efforts in leveraging digital transformation to ensure 'No one is left behind,'

Our Impact

Key components of our youth employability program include:
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