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Our 2023 International Women’s Day press statement published in major news portals

IWD 2023: Harness digital technology to expand opportunities – Aya Institute
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh 

The Aya Institute for Women, Politics and Media is advocating the use of digital technology to break barriers and close the various inequality gaps.

It noted that the last decade has witnessed new ways of harnessing digital technology.

“Increasing access to digital technology for women has rippling impact on their businesses and the management of their homes and community through the access to information and data,” the gender-based research institution said in its message on International Women’s Day (IWD) 2023.

“On this day, we celebrate individual women and pro-gender organizations alike who keep working towards achieving a gender-responsive society through individual and corporate efforts,” the message said.

This year’s theme is ‘DigitALL: Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality’.

“Ghana has made significant gains especially in the training and recognition of women in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Innovation through the ‘Girls in ICT’ initiative spearheaded by the Ministry of Communication and Digitalization.

“This initiative is laudable as it recognises young girls excelling in this area and encourages other school girls to participate in this initiative thereby having a better representation ultimately.”

Aya Institute applauded the Ministry and its allied agencies for the initiatives.

Aya Institute for Women, Politics and Media recently hosted some women professionals on making AfCFTA work for women-led MSMEs
Some of the participants after that programme

“Aya Institute on this day is asking government, international development partners, academic institutions, business support entities, CSOs and all stakeholders of national development to first, recognize the instrumental role digital technologies can play in breaking barriers.

“The Aya Institute admonishes same that we harness digital technology for advancing gender equality.

“Improved digital structures in education, health, business, and general day to day transactions in different aspects of our lives will expand women’s lives and opportunities and bring them closer to better living standards.”