Google is organizing events under the Google Women Techmakers (WTM) program across five cities in Pakistan to train and empower more than 1,550 women different technology areas.
According to a press release, WTM is a global initiative by Google that aims to give visibility, community, and tools for women in tech. The Google Women Techmakers program provides visibility, community, and resources for women in technology.
The seven events, which include rallies, seminars, networking opportunities, and conferences, will take place between March 8 and May. They will offer training in a variety of entrepreneurship topics, such as leadership, technical skills, and how to surmount particular challenges faced by women in technology.
The activities will be hosted by regional WTM Ambassadors with assistance from Google. The WTM Ambassador program helps tech-related women who want to make a difference and contribute back to their communities.
They will interact with their communities as ambassadors by taking part in one or more leadership events every three months.
“These events, in collaboration with Women Techmakers (WTM) Ambassadors, not only recognize the accomplishments of women in tech but will also inspire more women to join the rapidly expanding tech industry,” said Farhan S. Qureshi, Google’s Regional Director for Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.