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Previous Girls in ICT Days Advertise your event Contact us Page Content 20 ​​Alfa (managed by Orascom Telecom)​​ Beirut, Lebanon, 2014, May 08​ ​ In line with the "Girls in ICT Day" initiative launched and backed by International Telecommunication Union, Lebanese mobile operator Alfa, managed by Orascom Telecom, celebrated this Day for the 2nd year in a row, inviting 25 female students from secondary classes to its premises in mid-May. This celebration coincides with the objectives of the "Girls in ICT Day", and came as part of Alfa's commitment to contributing to the career guidance of the female students and to enhancing the role of women in the telecommunications sector, which contributes around 9% to the local GDP.
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Score: 499812.16 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D.../Arab-States/Lebanon-2014.aspx
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Our goal is also to eliminate the negative effects of being in a minority that female programmer have to deal with. As an organization working on Girls & ICT sector, we had committed to organize the whole week of Girls in ICT as a celebration. We have altogether 10 female students in G-Hackademy committed to different programming languages including Java, PHP, .Net and designing. (...) Kings College, BijuliBajaar sponsored the venue and managed the female business students.   Firstly, Dibesh Giri from Kings College facilitated the program.
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Score: 603736.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...Asia-Pacific/Nepal-2014-1.aspx
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Africa NoW4WTDC  has as its objective to: Establish a community where female delegates can support each other, expand their network, advocate, and share experience and knowledge; Promote the active participation of women in the activities of the ITU-D sector and ITU in general; Give visibility to women and empower them for larger responsibilities in their respective delegations, at WTDC-21 and in future similar platforms; and Encourage experienced delegates to mentor fellow female professionals in order to create a stronger base for women in the digital space.​​​ ​ (...) The mentorship programme is open to women participating in all events in preparation for WTDC in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Any female delegate willing to be a mentor or mentee can join the mentorship programme.
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Score: 631025.93 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C.../NoW/Pages/Africa/default.aspx
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The event was brought to a close by two females in ICT; Miss. Sowunmi Olaperi and Miss Olamide Ogungbemi, who cheered the girls on; emphasizing that they have the ability to do any course in STEM they desire to do.
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Score: 371809.52 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...015/Africa/Nigeria-2015-8.aspx
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After the common session with Cisco people, the girls broke down to groups for workshops with female Cisco employees, which were followed by a guided tour to the labs with an engineer.
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Score: 371809.52 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...2013/Europe/Turkey-2013-1.aspx
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Jennifer Webster, leading female ICT professionals, a Q&A segment and interactive booths which featured various aspects of ICTs: Networking and Computer Repairs Algorithm & Program Development Graphic & Web Design ICTs 4 Development Cyber Security Girls in attendance were surprised to learn that many of the female ICT professionals were from rural areas.
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Score: 517909.38 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...14/Americas/Guyana-2014-1.aspx
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Attendees of Greenlight@Odense Day 2012 were treated to a keynote speech by female role model scientist and author  Anja C. Andersen , of the Dark Cosmology Centre, Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, and esteemed genetic researcher  Mette  H.
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Score: 381732.23 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D.../2012/Europe/Denmark-2012.aspx
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The Ministry marked this day by organizing the Panel for female students from three high schools: from Podgorica, Pljevlja and Nikšić. (...) Ladies who have made successful careers in this field talked about their personal experience and shared their opinions on this issue with female students who are at a turning point regarding the choice of education and career. (...) Also, one of the aims of marking International Girls in ICT Day was to give female students from Montenegrin high schools the opportunity to spend time together and meet each other.
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Score: 579863.23 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...12/Europe/Montenegro-2012.aspx
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Shortly after her, Nchimunya Mudenka, another ICT veteran shared her experiences as a female programmer and analyst. She emphasized that "Women should not be intimidated, but should always believe in themselves and their capabilities."
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Score: 277901.07 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...2013/Africa/Zambia-2013-1.aspx
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These public events are part of the INSPIRE series of the programme, aiming to spotlight well-known and engaged women cybersecurity professionals across the globe, hence promote role models and the perception of female role models as valuable additions to the Cybersecurity workforce.  (...) Carmen has also created an international spotlight for highlighting the female cybersecurity role models with the first ever Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards GALA in Las Vegas in 2019, during Black Hat conference.
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Score: 618721.24 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...-in-Cyber/WiC-22/WiC22IK1.aspx
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