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Binance will give rural South African women free Web3 training.

To carry out educational programs, Binance Charity collaborates with Binance Academy and a number of prominent academic and professional organizations.

In order to foster future entrepreneurs and job creation, Women in Tech and Binance Charity will work together to give Web3 vocational training to 2,800 women in rural communities in South Africa and Brazil.

Web3 focuses on blockchain education and fundamental cryptocurrency ideas. The emphasis of training is on a wide range of abilities for trends in this field, including coding, blockchain application, cryptocurrency, decentralization, NFT, Metaverse, fan token, and trading.

In addition to these training initiatives, they’ve worked with UTIVA in Nigeria to educate 50,000 young people about Blockchain and Web3 and have given scholarships to 1,000 Africans to participate in a one-year intense skill training program, and also assisting them in finding jobs.

The top blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider in the world has also disclosed that 82,200 people have applied to study Web3 education in the past six months. With projects in South Africa, Senegal, Nigeria, Australia, Germany, Cyprus, Ukraine, France, and Brazil, over $2.2 million in BUSD was donated in 2022, giving students the chance to take Web3-related classes for free.

Its donations have so far supported 259,180 hours of instruction and training in classrooms, bootcamps, and community workshops. The overall number of scholarship spots that Binance Charity will award is 67,155, however many of these have not even begun to accept applications.

The University of Western Australia, the University of Nicosia, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management – Blockchain Center, Simplon, Utiva and Women in Tech, the Kyiv IT Cluster, and the Ministry of Digital Transformation in Ukraine are among the prestigious academic and professional institutions with which Binance Charity is collaborating to deliver these projects.

The response to our Web3 education programs has been unparalleled, demonstrating the great desire of so many people to learn about blockchain, De-Fi, NFTs, coding, and much more, according to Helen Hai, head of Binance Charity.

And, which is something I’m especially excited about, we’re getting interest from a wide variety of people, including a lot of women. We’ve never been more eager to create a more inclusive Web3 environment because there are so many more education programs with incredible partners in the works.

In collaboration with the ministry of digital transformation, IT Generation launched the global Binance Charity Scholar Programme in June. 

This program aims to assist Eastern Ukrainians who have lost their jobs due to the war in getting retrained and reentering the job market in Western Ukraine.

With the help of the Frankfurt School of Blockchain in Germany, further projects include vocational training for 10,000 people, including a special course for 2,000 women that aims to close the gender gap in the ecosystem and increase the diversity of the talent pool. 

They have teamed up with Simplon in France to help 10,000 members of underserved communities, where unemployment is rising quickl to learn, study, and work in the burgeoning Blockchain sector.

“What we witnessed was really fascinating. I had some prior knowledge of the cryptocurrency world, but this time I had the opportunity to learn a lot about blockchain technology.

 I had no idea you could do so much with it, but it was really clear. A Simplon student named Terry Genly says, “I can’t wait to study more.

There are both online and offline courses that range in length from brief introductory sessions to a 12-month commitment. Early in the following year, further projects should be revealed.



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