Six Million Women in Africa to Benefit from Web3 and Metaverse Education

Unstoppable Women of Web3 (Unstoppable WoW3), a diversity and education group on a mission to equalize the playing field in Web3, has announced a commitment to providing Web3 and metaverse education for six million women in Africa over the next 5 years.

The initiative is launching in partnership with 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, among other partners. The entities are providing free domain names to particular users in the next 30 days as the first step to onboarding more women.

Sandy Carter, Founder of Unstoppable Women of Web3 and COO and Head of Business Development at Unstoppable Domains said, “Africa has one of the most rapidly growing Web3 sectors today, but it’s not exempt from the gender equality issues we see across the globe, and we need to make sure everyone has a seat at the table.” Carter added that “Empowerment starts with education, which is why we’re thrilled to lead this initiative to educate six million more African women on the metaverse and Web3.”

Web3 is the basis of decentralized networks which has built technologies such as blockchain. The initiative to onboard more women is informed by the fact that fewer women are in this space.

Anino Emuwa, Managing Director of Avandis Consulting and Founder of Africa Women CEOs Network, said: “This initiative will give women in Africa a chance to participate in one of the fastest growing industries in the modern world. The tech and Web3 industries have historically faced issues with diversity and a lack of representation, but with this new initiative, women in Africa can learn about a burgeoning industry and be part of building its future.”

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