Kazakhstan's ministry of science and higher education and the non-profit organization TechnoWomen signed a memorandum of cooperation to promote education in STEM among women and girls, QazMonitor reports.
The memorandum was signed by Sayasat Nurbek, minister of science and higher education, and Aziza Shuzheyeva, president of TechnoWomen.
The document was adopted on the eve of International Women’s Day with the aim to create more opportunities for women and girls in the science and technology fields. It provides qualified women to cooperate in professional events and programs in higher education institutions.
TechnoWomen is the only non-profit organization in the country that brings together women in the technology and innovation industry, who possess expertise in digital transformation, digital law, information, and communication technologies.