Abimbola: It’s great to be here, Spiffy! I help women in Nigeria start businesses. I find them money, break down unfair rules, and introduce them to the right technology. We work together to make their dreams come true!
Abdullateef: Did you know that Nigeria has the world's second-highest rate of youth unemployment with 13.9 million unemployed youths—more than Rwanda's entire population? iDixcover is addressing the problem of unemployment and underemployment among northern youth, women, and people with disabilities who have been ravaged by the prolonged insecurities in the region. Our mission is to provide free access to information on opportunities, mentors, and career education to 10 million African youths and create 10,000 jobs by 2030.
Anie: African Women in Tech was born out of a desire to connect, educate and empower African women who are determined to advance their tech careers, alongside those who have the need to utilize technological tools for the advancement of their businesses. It was born out of a need to close the gender disparity and skill gap of African women in tech spaces.