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WWW: Women Weave the Web

Join World Pulse in supporting women who are using the Internet to transform the world! From the streets of Nairobi to the plazas of Buenos Aires, women are logging on and sparking change. Now is the time to break down the digital divide; participate in our campaign to make sure that every woman can access the tools that will empower her!

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Campaign Updates

Announcing Our Prize Winners!

Over the last year, our global community has rallied around the crucial issue of women's digital inclusion through the WWW: Women Weave the Web Campaign. You have shown us why digital access is key to empowerment, why the tech sector should be more responsive to the needs of women around the world, and why women must be on the front lines of this conversation.

To empower our community to continue speaking out on this issue, we offered you two unique opportunities to create an even stronger ripple effect with the incredible work you are doing. We are now proud to announce and acknowledge the powerful community leaders who have been selected! Read More »

Prize

$20,000 to Bring Your Vision to Life!

World Pulse is honored to announce the inaugural Lynn Syms Prize in partnership with sculptor and philanthropist Lynn Syms. In 2014, the prize will be awarded to an outstanding grassroots woman and visionary voice using digital tools to effect change and advance her community work. Read More »

Community Submissions

Tram Le's picture
by Tram Le | June 16, 2014 | 18 comments

Dream high. Then do it with all your heart and mind. There is nothing impossible. Even a low-tech woman can make something really high-tech happen. You can do it as well! I had never expected that the internet and high-tech tools would be this helpful. I still feel it’s like a miracle that it’s no longer out of our reach.

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ProjectKesher's picture
by ProjectKesher | June 24, 2014 | 8 comments

Today, more and more local women have become aware of the gender-based “information gap” that hampers women in our society. ORT-Keshernet training helps them to bridge this gap. At our computer centers, in addition to basic training in computer skills, we provide our students with specialized trainings like workplace and communication skills, résumé writing, and economic and legal literacy.

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Nakinti's picture
by Nakinti | June 25, 2014 | 31 comments

I now believe the super power of the web; I believe it actually makes things happen.

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Community Outreach Africa's picture
by Community Outre... | May 29, 2014 | 3 comments

“I want to bring out the voices of these rural girls and women and connect them with the world, connect them to other people, and teach them to do what I have done. I want to help girls tell their story instead of trying to convince people how bad the situation is.”

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Mapping Safe Spaces

Join World Pulse in mapping libraries, telecentres, and cybercafes where women can feel safe in accessing the Internet. Add your favorite safe spaces to our crowdsourced map today!

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