MFWA sets up digital literacy and advocacy training programme on women’s rights

[IFEX - Africa] - 27/10/2020
The MFWA embarks on a programme to enhance the digital literacy of women and training around advocacy for women's online rights in Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The post MFWA sets up digital literacy and advocacy training programme on women’s rights appeared first on (...)
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