Who said ignorance is bliss?

Definitely not the marginalised women and girls who have been involved with the Creative Centre for Communication and Development programmes in Zimbabwe.  They’ve been learning basic, yet empowering, computer skills.

Some early outcomes of this project have included:

– increased employment opportunites
– growing self-confidence
– meaningful social bonding time for women
– greatly improved access to health information, especially on HIV/AIDS

Hey! They even have a blog. Read up, friends!

The CCCD received funding toward this project from the World Association for Christian Communication. Read the full article here. It’s a really cool story. Amazing.


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