A collaboration between blockchain and crypto platform Binance and non-profit, Women in Tech is set to train 2,800 women across Brazil and Africa in Blockchain Technology.
The two organizations are planning to offer more women career opportunities in blockchain.
Through its charity arm, Binance Charity, donated $250,000 to fund the six-month pilot project to provide blockchain educational courses for beneficiaries across Zambia, Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco, Burundi, Kenya, Ghana, and Ivory Coast.
The training is scheduled to commence in October in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, and Cape Town and South Africa.
Helen Hai, Vice President of Binance and Head of Binance Charity said “Binance believes the future of crypto should be built by all, not the few so we’re creating certified courses and removing financial barriers for women, especially those from vulnerable communities to study and train. It is important to us at Binance and Women-in-Tech that quality blockchain education, innovation, and research opportunities are within everyone’s reach,”