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The Alcatel-Lucent Foundation, in partnership with World Education Inc., carries out ConnectEd, a program aimed at preparing disadvantaged youth, and in particular girls and women, for the workforce.  The Foundation also implements Campus in the cloud, in which Alcatel-Lucent employees share their skills and knowledge with those entering the workforce who have limited access to education.

publicado el:25/06/12

The centre was established in 2005 to promote Science & Technology activities for the benefit of the scientific community in developing countries. Fellowships for science students, including Master's and PHD students

publicado el:01/01/12

A non profit organization committed to empowering women through technology. Awareness building, skill building, events and seminars.

publicado el:25/06/12

Launched as a tripartite initiative of the Department of Biotechnology, the Tamil Nadu state government, and the M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, the program aims to improve opportunities for women scientists, but also to use science to improve women’s lives, by supporting women biotechnology entrepreneurs in developing and marketing products. The governing body of the Park also has members from research and development institutions, financial institutions, and women entrepreneurs. The Park offers long- and short-term leases, land modules for building factories, project assessment and support, project identification and technology sourcing, consultancy advice, market linkages and training.

In memory of Dr. Anita Borg, multiple scholarships will be awarded to women based on academic merit, leadership, and passion for computer science.  Female Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD students will be awarded scholarships of €7,000 (or equivalent).

publicado el:01/01/12

Research Internship Award is designed to a be an educational and professional research experience.

publicado el:01/01/12
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LCIN tries to empower Indian women to use, develop and contribute to the world of Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS).  It aims to bring together women around India involved in various FLOSS projects, foster participation and share knowledge. To achieve this vision, LinuxChix India intends to establish itself as a platform for knowledge sharing and facilitate women interested in FLOSS from around India to talk, participate at events, volunteer, learn, mentor and help each other.

publicado el:01/01/12

NASSCOM Foundation is effectively harnessing ICTs to spread knowledge, increase employability, eradicate poverty, bridge the gender divide, and dispel isolation.

At NASSCOM Foundation, we believe that ICT helps underserved communities access information, services and opportunities that collectively build their capacities to realize their potential. NASSCOM Foundation brings together implementing agencies, industry, government bodies and people at the grassroots for integrated development through the use of ICT. NASSCOM Foundation has developed various robust programs like NASSCOM Knowledge Network, ConnectIT, Poverty Alleviation Programme, BiGTech and BiG Bridge which are detailed in their website.

 

 

 

publicado el:01/01/12

Help students develop critical IT skills

Study Hall Educational Foundation (SHEF) was established in March 1994 with the objective of imparting quality education to children.

The main aim of Studyhall Educational Foundation is to work towards realising the constitutional injunction to provide good quality education to all children in India. It will do so by establishing high quality primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in rural and urban settings all over India, by adopting and helping other schools, to achieve higher quality, by working with the State and Central Government and other NGO's in the areas of curricular enrichment and reform, teacher education, research in innovative education.

It will keep a special focus on reaching underserved parts of the population, like girls, children from low socio-economic backgrounds in rural and urban regions, children with special needs, adults deprived of an education due to their difficult economic and social circumstance.

The Study Hall Educational Foundation (SHEF) is currently touching the lives of thousands of children and hundreds of teachers through its several institutions, programs and interventions.

Vision
Study Hall Educational Foundation aims:

- To bring the benefits of education to all levels of society throughout India, by establishing primary, secondary and higher secondary schools, teacher training institutions, open school classes, vocational training programs and adult literacy programs.

- To work for the improvement of the education system in the private and public sectors, in rural and urban India, by engaging with the Governmental and non-governmental organisations and working towards policy reform, curricular reform, teacher training programs, research programs, school enrichment programs and other innovative interventions using new technologies.

In sum - to do everything that we can, to work with everyone who is interested and is similarly engaged, to spread quality education throughout India.

publicado el:25/06/12
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Campaign that aims to bring out women pioneers in technology and break the stereotype that women can't be accepted in the technical field.  WeWIT is creating a database of women in technology in India.

In India and the United States, Women Enhancing Technology (WeTech) links girls and women to technology scholarships, training, mentors, and internships in preparation for technology careers.  In Africa, WeTech provides seed grants to women’s groups and individuals striving to support women and girls in computer science.