6 Million African Women to Receive Web3 and Metaverse Education!
• Unstoppable Women of Web3 (WoW3) is launching an initiative to provide Web3 and metaverse education for 6 million African women over the next five years.
• The initiative includes free digital identities, educational streams, online courses, in-person networking, and more.
• 19+ companies are partnering with Unstoppable WoW3 to help achieve this goal.
Unstoppable Women of Web3 Initiative
Unstoppable Women of Web3 (Unstoppable WoW3), a diversity and education group on a mission to equalize the playing field in Web3, announced an initiative on International Women’s Day to provide Web3 and metaverse education for six million women in Africa over the next five years. The initiative is launching in partnership with 19+ companies including the African Leadership Group, Africa Women CEOs Network, Chipper Cash, NFT Domains, Polygon Labs, Sankore 2.0, Unstoppable Domains, Uoma Beauty, and the Virtual Brand Group.
Free Digital Identities
As a first step towards their goal of onboarding six million women in Africa to Web3 and the metaverse, Unstoppable WoW3 and Unstoppable Domains will expand access to user-owned digital identity through free Unstoppable domains. These domains are portable user-owned reputations across web 3 and the metaverse that people can claim for 30 days.
Educational Program Offerings
In order to meet their commitment of educating six million African women about web 3 and metaverse technologies by 2023, partner organizations will offer various educational streams including master classes from African Leadership Group; CEO Education Masterclass Program from Africa Women CEOs Network; online courses via Chipper Cash; learning materials via NFT Domains; programs from Polygon Labs; educational seminars from Sankore 2.0; virtual events via Uoma Beauty; content offerings from Virtual Brand Group; as well as several other partners involved in this initiative.
Goals & Impact
The goal is to empower more women in Africa with knowledge about web 3 technologies so they can excel professionally within their fields or create new opportunities for themselves within this rapidly growing sector. It’s also important for everyone involved that these efforts support gender equality initiatives within technology since it is still an industry dominated by men even today.
This impressive partnership between 19+ companies has ambitious goals but if achieved could have a hugely positive impact on millions of African women who may not have had access or knowledge about these technologies before now. We’ll have to wait until 2023 when this project comes to its completion date but there’s no doubt that we’re excitedly anticipating what will come out of it!