• Unstoppable Women of Web3 is launching an initiative to provide Web3 and metaverse education for 6 million African women over the next five years.
• The initiative will include free digital identities, educational streams, online courses, in-person networking, and more.
• The partner organizations will offer Web3 and metaverse education via a wide assortment of educational streams, programs, learning materials, in-person events, and online courses.
Unstoppable Women of Web3 Launches Initiative
Unstoppable Women of Web3 (Unstoppable WoW3), a diversity and education group on a mission to equalize the playing field in Web3, announced a commitment to providing Web3 and metaverse education for six million women in Africa over the next five years. To mark International Women’s Day, this initiative is launching with 19+ companies including the African Leadership Group, Africa Women CEOs Network, Chipper Cash, NFT Domains, Polygon Labs among others.
First Step Towards Goal: Free Digital Identities
As a first step towards their goal of onboarding six million women in Africa to Web3 and the metaverse Unstoppable Women of Web3 and Unstoppable Domains will expand access to user-owned digital identity through free Unstoppable domains. These domains allow people to create portable user-owned reputations across web 3 and the metaverse.
Partners Offer Wide Assortment Of Educational Materials
In order to meet this commitment partner organizations will offer various educational streams such as master classes content on web 3 & metaverse along with ongoing training & lifelong learning programs across Africa as well as CEO Education Masterclasses presented by Africa Women CEOs Network.
Empowerment Starts With Education
Sandy Carter founder of Unstoppable Woman Of Web 3 & COO at Unstoppable Domains said “Africa has one of the most rapidly growing web 3 sectors today but it’s not exempt from gender equality issues we see across globe & we need to make sure everyone has a seat at table Empowerment starts with education which is why we’re thrilled to lead this initiative” .
The overall goal is that this partnership between 19+ companies can help bring more women into web 3 & metaverse by offering free digital identities along with various educational materials such as online courses & in person networking sessions that are aimed towards educating 6 million women in Africa over next 5 years