Women were informed the importance of knowing how to read and write and the relevance of Information Communication Technology, its uses and opportunity offered in today's world. The ultimate aim of the project was to secure rural women environmental and social rights through awareness rising and information/skills empowerment. In carrying out these activities, we employed Information Education and Communication Programme (IEC) methodology through the use of Mass Media, Interpersonal Communication and Advocacy. We focused on issues such as Family Life Education, Menstruation, Sexual morality, Parent Child Conflict, Child Labour, Abuses, Slavery, Neglect, Abandonment, Sanitation and Hygiene, Pollution, Human Rights Anatomy and Physiology of Reproductive Organs, Population Explosion, HIV/AIDS, STDs, VVF, Environmental Degradation Issues, Ecological Problems, Human Rights, Civil Society and Development Information, etc.
We selected these topics, because they are contemporary issues that have impact in this women daily lives, thus showing them some of the benefits and information available to them as a result of ICT, especially the internet and computer technology.