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Tech classes open a fresh window of opportunity for women in rural Kenya
by Robert Kibet in Nairobi
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21 October 2016
On 21 October 2016 The Guardian reported:
A digital literacy programme is helping women and girls in Kenya to learn new skills and earn extra income, irrespective of age or education level.
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