G20 Flagship projects
The G20 Flagship Projects give an overview of best practices and projects promoting education, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women and girls in the digital economy. G20 countries are successfully implementing projects, domestic and abroad (in partner countries), which address the barriers to women’s access to and use of ICT. From advocacy and capacity building to outreach and communication, from research and training to funding – the projects cover a wide variety of topics.
Title of the Project
GIRLS Inspire – Preventing Child, Early and Forced Marriage through Open, Distance, and Technology-based Learning
Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mozambique, Tanzania
Building Primary/Secondary Teaching Capacities in the Dadaab Refugee Camps and Locally in Dadaab, Kenya by Increasing Access to Higher Education in Kenya
Kenya, Dadaab refugee camps and surrounding areas.
Senegal (main location) - Benin, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Madagascar, Mauritania, Niger
Shenzhen,Guangdong Province, China
East Jerusalem and Westbank
Varanasi ICT Based Integrated Development Program for Women Empowerment in Lallapura Craft Cluster of Varanasi
Lallapura Craft Cluster, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
Alajo (AGVI), Ashaiman (Don Bosco), Gbawe (PVTI) in Greater Accra / Ghana
Dhaka, Sylhet, Khulna / Bangladesh
West Bank and Gaza, Palestinian Territories
4 Pilot Provinces: Ankara, İstanbul, Konya, Bursa