The European Centre for Women and Technology is endorsed by the European e-Skills Association as the leading European platform for Women in the Digital Economy. Based on the global framework set up by the International Taskforce on Women and ICTs (ITF) similar regional centers as ECWT operate in Latin-America based in Buenos Aires, in Asia-Pacific based in Ballerat (Australia) and in Africa (Uganda, Ghana and South Africa). Since 2011 ECWT has also growing engagement in the MENA Region and since 2020 in the Gulf Countries.
WIN is implemented in Poland and supported by UNDP. Project is executed by SMRT.bio Central Europe Spa. Z.o.o in cooperation with the Social Innovation Institute of the Jesuit University in Krakow and the Women Association from Ukraine ‘Diya’ - operating nation-wide in 27 districts.
WIN is implemented in Ukraine and supported by UNDP. Project is executed by SMRT.bio Central Europe Spa. Z.o.o in cooperation with the Social Innovation Institute of the Jesuit University in Krakow and the Women Association from Ukraine ‘Diya’ - operating nation-wide in 27 districts.
WIN aims to assist in gender equality through various educational and entrepreneurship initiatives. WIN South Africa facilitates women, helping them to increase entrepreneurial opportunities for them to become more involved in key community issues.
WIN is working towards, implementing, test, adapt and disseminate a practice-oriented pilot specifically for entrepreneurial women. We aim to reach out to 50 entrepreneurial-minded women from targeted audience to become active members within the community.
Yasar University is working along with WIN step by step within the different work-packages. SMRT.bio will train individuals, education institutes such as Yasar and employees so they will be able to run this project on their own.
In cooperation with the Omani Women Associations, WIN Oman aims to support entrepreneurial women to participate in boosting the economy by offering them the chances to work, study and participate by becoming an active member of the society.
The Kilimanjaro Blind Trust is active in Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Ruanda. SMRT.bio and KBT are working on a partnership agreement to implement WIN in their projects to support 6.000 visually impaired people.
In Tunesia, we are starting up a project through our partnership with NHL Stenden University. Ines is running the project and she works together with Zainab and Tino.