Yellow Card Partners Web3Ladies to Empower Nigerian Women

Yellow Card Partners Web3Ladies to Empower Nigerian Women

Emma Okonji

Pan-African cryptocurrency exchange and financial technology firm, Yellow Card, has partnered Web3Ladies to train over 500 Nigerian women on tech and blockchain skills. This move by Yellow Card is part of its

The company is offering $3,000 as grant to 25 Nigerian women that successfully passed through its three months training progranme as part of itsYC Social Good initiative, which is the company’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, aimed at promoting financial freedom and enabling access to tech resources for everyone across the African continent.

Chief Operating Officer of Yellow Card, Jason Marshall, said: “We are committed to helping people across the African continent improve their lives through various partnerships and programmes that focus on financial inclusion, youth empowerment, education, and innovation. Women and girls face significant barriers to technology and digital literacy education, making it an easy decision to grant Web3Ladies the $3,000 for the mentorship programme. This is just one of our several efforts under the YC Social Good, our CSR initiatives, which promote inclusion and financial freedom across the continent.”

Associate Program Manager for Web3Ladies, Nkechi Enebeli, while commenting on Yellow Card’s $3,000 grant to power the mentorship programme, said: “Yellow Card’s partnership with Web3Ladies is more than just financial support; it’s a testament to the power of collaboration. We are immensely grateful to Yellow Card for recognising our mission and offering their hand in our journey towards a more equitable tech ecosystem.”

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