The Blockchain African Ladies has partnered with TAAL, a French Non for profit Blockchain training hub for women. TAAL which is an acronym for Technological Association for Advanced Learning is an organization dedicated to helping people understands new technologies; promote inclusion and equity in the blockchain sector.
Blockchain African Ladies (BAL) is a non for profit educative forum that brings together African women via blockchain education. It aims to educate African ladies on the potentials and opportunities of the technology and how they can utilize it for financial inclusion.
As an organization spread across various nations in Africa, BAL wants to build stronger ladies who will bring about great innovations from the blockchain technology. From regular meet-up, workshops, conferences, mentorship programme etc, BAL seeks to raise courageous, innovative leaders in the blockchain space.
The partnership with TAAL according to BAL is to help more women to discover Blockchain technology around the globe. “It will strongly promote innovation & inclusion for women through education. The synchronous visions of both organizations to increase adoption of Blockchain technology is a great move to promote diversity in unity.”
Blockchain technology has continued to invade various aspects of the human civilization. What was once considered a buzz word few years ago has now created an industry of its own. Cryptocurrency being the first application built using the technology has and is redefining the face of commerce globally.
As the technology presents fascinating opportunities, it is imperative for individuals to exploit them for the betterment of self and state.
Blockchain Africa Ladies has continued to spread awareness on blockchain and the opportunities which it presents the African women. This is notably evident in her drive to spread the message across Africa with the Blockchain African Ladies Conference which held in Lagos and Accra few months ago.
TAAL organizes free monthly workshops to help discover new Technologies like the Blockchain. It helps members by guiding to free educational resources and of high quality to train and certify them.
Operating in Africa, Europe and America, TAAL has impact great number of women globally.
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