The United States has stated its full support for the UN Women’s Strategic Plan which is set to affect women globally as it believes that the plan offers a solid foundation to guide the organization’s work for the next three years.
While South Africa may be scoring below the global average of women pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers, the country still leads in Sub-Saharan Africa. Tech education provider HyperionDev is helping bridge the gender gap in STEM, its female intake for 2021 increased to 60%.
By Walcott Aganu
Ever felt a bit lazy about going into the kitchen? does thinking about what to prepare with the groceries you have on hand prove to be hard? You need not worry about all of that; Yummly is here to take care of that for you. Yummly will improve your life in the kitchen every step of the way. It comes with advanced image recognition technology to recommend recipes based on the ingredients users have on hand. Streamline grocery shopping and meal prep with scheduling features, step-by-step recipes, including video tutorials, timers, and more handy tools to make cooking a breeze.
A plan to empower and increase women participation in the agriculture sector is underway in Zimbabwe, as the nation gears towards achieving an upper-middle-income economy by 2030.
An innovator from Zimbabwe, Angela Kumirai, has received international acclaim and recognition featuring as one of the top 25 finalists in the Ozy Genius Awards (OGAs), to implement a social impact idea, from a wholesome number of 10,000 university students worldwide.
By Walcott Aganu
Listening to the heart sounds of an unborn baby upon a visit to the doctor’s office is one of the most magical moments for parents to be. What if you could do that in the comfort of your home? What if you could avoid anxious phone calls or hospital visits by having a digital device at hand? The HeraBEAT fetal heart monitor promises peace of mind for both the expecting mother and her family.
The African Development Bank’s Fashionomics Africa initiative has named a women-led Kenya shoe design house as the winner of its competition to support producers of sustainable fashion.