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Online Courses to Empower Women

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The ICT sector presents tremendous opportunities for women. But for women to seize these opportunities equally as men, we have to tackle the gender stereotypes and biases that prevent them from pursuing or making it big in IT & ITES-related fields.
We all have a role to play in ensuring that girls can access the skills and training needed to adapt to the challenges and opportunities that technology brings so that the future of work is rooted in gender equality and economic opportunities, arrangements, and protections that work for all people.
Youth Hub in collaboration with BDExpat Women Core, an initiative by Bangladeshi Expats in Malaysia offers exclusive online courses for Empowering women to break the bias and create meaningful access to ICT.
Our Courses:
• Freelancing Basic
(Total 8 Classes, Weekly 1 Class, 1.30 Hours per class, Fee: RM 400/ 8500 BDT)
• How to set up an online Business
(Total 8 Classes, Weekly 1 Class, 1.30 Hours per class, Fee: RM 500 / 10500 BDT)
• Digital Marketing Basic to Advance
(Total 12 Classes, Weekly 1 Class, 1.30 Hours per class, Fee: RM 600 / 12600 BDT)
Every girl and every woman has huge potential. Why not learn about technology if they want to? In the end, we are all equal.

Course Outlines

 Freelancing Basic

  • Account Creation Image Optimization
    • Skill tags
    • Text portfolio
  • Gig Creation Title research
    • Keyword research 1
    • Keyword research 2
    • Portfolio creation 1 (Image)
    • Portfolio creation 2 (video)
  • Buyer request How to send
    • What to avoid
    • Templates
    • Time management
  • Gig Analytics Impression, click, subscription
  • Project delivery How to deliver
    • Portfolio images
  • Fiverr forum How to use
  • Fiverr blog How to use
  • Gig checkup Gig health check
  • Bonus Profile verification Full Approved

 How to set up an online business (Facebook and marketplace) for products and service

  • Understanding the Online Business landscape
  • Business Registration
  • Setting up Facebook Store
  • Setting up Google My Business.
  • Set up Google merchandise account
  • Set Google ad account
  • Setup Google analytics
  • Setting up Store in Marketplace
  • Setting up payment Options
  • Setting up Customer Service Strategy and Process
  • CMS
  • Inventory Management
  • Accounts

Digital Marketing Basic to  Advance

  • Understanding Digital Marketing landscape
  • Data-Driven Decision making
  • Planning a Digital Marketing Strategy
  • Area for Digital Marketing
  • Kick Start a project
  • Setting up Google Ad Account
  • Building Audience
  • Set Up Advertisement
  • Content Development
  • Content Marketing
  • Setting up Facebook Business Account
  • Set up Audience
  • Content Development for FB Ad
  • Analyzing Results

Youth hub organized a career workshop for Nigerian Youth

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On Saturday, January 29th, 2022, the Youth Hub, in collaboration with GEAD Foundation, Tech Sathi, Backend, and Inspiring Bangladesh, hosted a webinar titled “Career Prospects; the Role of ICT and STEM in the 21st Century.”  The majority of the attendees were university students from Nigeria, Bangladesh, and Nepal. Mr. Rezwanur Rahman, a Senior Technical Lead at Microsoft 365 Global Support, spoke on the importance of ICT (Information Communication Technology) in today’s world.

He enlightened the students on various fields they should be skilled in, such as coding, digital marketing, technological tools, and Microsoft. According to Rahman, an estimate of 90% of jobs soon will require ICT skills.” Rahman also pointed out the in-demand skills youths should thrive on having to excel in the job market. These skills include Workforce readiness, soft skills, technical skills, and entrepreneurship. Participants were further introduced to platforms they could visit to gain access to such courses introduced by Microsoft.

The workshop was moderated by Sarah Cypriano and the opening speech was delivered by Mr. Pavel Sarwar and the closing remark was made by Rianat Wahab.

Youth Hub has trained many youths in digital skills, innovation, and entrepreneurship in more than 17 countries including Nigeria through various projects.  As a result, it has spread to Nigeria to make more impact and increase awareness of digital literacy, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship for youth’s development and growth.


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The rate of poverty and unemployment especially among females in Nigeria and Africa as a whole is on the increase. Every underprivileged woman needs at least a skill to be able to thrive in today’s economy. We need need to tackle the problem of poverty, lack of employment amongst other goals.

It is to this effect GEAD Foundation in collaboration with Youth Hub, a global youth-led organisation has taken it upon themselves to train some women in Saje, a local area in Abeokuta the capital of Ogun State, Nigeria on liquid soap making and further enlightening them on skills they need in growing their businesses which was handled by some Nigerian SDGs advocates – Idris Bashiru who spoke on Entrepreneurship, marketing strategy by Ifeoluwa and digital literacy by Adebowale Ayoola.

The participants in attendance were communicated to in their native language ‘Yoruba’ to communicate and relate well with them at the grassroots.

During the entrepreneurship discussion, Idris took them through the secret to being a good entrepreneur.

According to Idris “Entrepreneurship is not limited to learning how to make liquid soaps but it’s about how to come up with ” good business plan and strategy, get committed, be consistent and committed to your business.”

Ifeoluwa also took them through advertisement and the various ways to gain more customers while Adebowale emphasised the importance of leveraging social media platforms for awareness and visibility.

During the liquid soap making, the participants were allowed to partake in the practical session. The event ended with questions and great feedback from them.

At YOUTH HUB & GEAD Foundation, we are committed to empowering women and bridging the gender gap in technology.

Our Responsibilities to the people who are suffering due to cold wave

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Even though the privileged, wealthy people welcome the winter with colorful pashminas and festive moods. Still, it brings a lot of suffering to the low-income people in Bangladesh. Quite sadly, many low-income people in Bangladesh cannot afford to buy warm clothes for winter. In this scenario, women and children especially suffer more.

This year, like before, we are distributing winter clothes and new blankets among the low-income families in different districts of Bangladesh. We have already distributed winter clothes in the Mymensingh districts in Bangladesh. We have planed to reach more areas in the north-western part of Bangladesh. The shelter-less people suffer from extreme cold in silence. They cannot afford to buy winter clothes to keep them warm.

Let’s send our love to low-income families & do something for them.

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