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The UBA Foundation empowers women in technology.

UBA Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of United Bank for Africa Plc, says it has joined the rest of the world to celebrate women in the month of March, with various activities aimed at empowering young women and promoting gender equality.

Specifically, the foundation organised a two-day empowerment programme tagged ‘Women Digitall Workshop’ where scores of young women were trained by professionals on various tech skills at the UBA Academy in UBA House on Friday and Saturday.

A statement quoted the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, UBA Foundation, Bola Atta, who addressed participants at the beginning of the workshop, as emphasizing the bank’s commitment towards upholding the pillars of the foundation which are education, environment and economic empowerment.

She said, “At UBA, we understand the need to give back to everyone, especially young women in African communities towards catalysing sustainable socio-economic development, and we are totally committed to women empowerment as we continue to champion women’s causes in our business and through our work.”

Atta noted that as the world becomes increasingly global,  UBA Foundation aims to ensure that females are given the opportunity to be properly trained and acquire the necessary skills that allow them to effectively train others.

Continuing, Atta said, “One of the things we are keen on is to touch lives, especially those who do not have, and this is what we have tried to do with this free workshop which we have organised to give these women the opportunity to acquire skills which they can later share with others, so that they can continue to enjoy the natural progression of growth. I am glad that you all are keen to come for this workshop in commemorating the women’s month.”


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