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Computer Clinic Limited says it has so far empowered over 2,500 youths, including women and girls, with digital skills since last year.

CEO of the company, Sam Masikini, disclosed this in Lilongwe during the National ICT Conference.

According to Masikini, there is a need for partnerships to bridge the digital gender gap and assist in policy formulation in information Communication Technology (ICT) sector in the country.

Judith Msusa, Director of youth in the ministry of youth and sports.

The Director of Youth in the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Judith Msusa, has encouraged the beneficiaries and the youth in general to use ICT as a key to unlock opportunities.

Computer Clinic Limited has been conducting digital skills training with support from the World Bank, Malawi Government, and the Public Private Partnership Commission.

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