A group photo of women in West Mali holding their course certificates from the DDCN training course.
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Bridging the Unemployment Gap for Young Female Graduates

Aminata Hélène Dackouo hurried along Bamako’s hot, dusty streets one morning in May 2023, intent on reaching her destination in time. Her heart raced, and she had butterflies in her stomach—she was about to ask a very important question, and the answer would significantly impact her future. Just a week earlier, she’d seen a post on social media about a hands-on computer networking course for young women run by the

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Internet Governance and Recovery and Economic Growth

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What Shall We Call Our New Topic Area On “Anti-Spoofing” Of IP Addresses?

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