Despite recent gains in gender equality made globally, Nigeria’s tech scene still needs an overhaul. Increased opportunities in learning, mentoring, community building and funding encourage women and girls to pursue technology, and its related fields, and drive inclusion in the sector.

At Techcabal, we’re dedicated to reporting on technology’s evolving landscape and the leaders fostering diversity by increasing the number of women and girls working in the sector–in any capacity.

To document these disruptions in Nigeria’s digital divide, we are creating a map of organisations that encourage more women and girls to enter the field. If your organisation is working to increase the number of women and girls in tech, help us grow a comprehensive list of initiatives by contributing your information to this form.

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