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Dr Salma Abbasi and Dr Samuel Ankeli pay a courtesy call to the Kaduna State Commissioner of Women Affairs and Social Development, Kaduna, 15th August 2017
Dr Salma Abbasi, Special Ambassador on Disability Matters for the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Dr Samuel Senior Special Advisor to the President of ...Read More
eWWG Signs Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Senior Special Advisor to the President of Nigeria on Disability Matters, Abuja, 10th August 2017
Dr Salma Abbasi, Chairman eWorldwide Group and Mr Shahzad Akhtar, Managing Director VR1, signed an MoU with Dr Samuel Ankeli the Senior Special Adviso ...Read More
Dr Salma Abbasi visits KADENAP PAO to see progress made in the fight against Malnutrition, Kaduna, August 2017
Dr Salma Abbasi, Chairman eWorldwide Group and Mr Shahzad Akhtar, Managing Director VR1, visited the KADENAP Project Assurance Office (PAO) to see how ...Read More
The eWorldwide Group participated at the Child Online Protection (COP) Strategy Framework workshop for Zambia jointly organized by the the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT), the cybersecurity executing arm of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA), Livingstone, Zambia, March 2014.
The eWWG Chairperson and CEO Dr. Salma Abbasi presented at the “Child Online Protection Strategy: Framework workshop for Zambia”. The conference was being hosted in Livingstone, Zambia from March 26 – 28, 2014 to develop a national strategy framework on Child Online Protection (COP) in the country. The workshop brought together international COP experts, regional partners and local participants. The workshop was designed to facilitate capacity building and awareness aimed at empowering experts and policy makers from around Zambia. Furthermore, the workshop focused on protecting children online within the country and develop a practical and effective framework that can be implemented in Zambia, using the five Pillars of COP.