Receiving the items, the Chief Executive Officer of GITL Massa Weeks lauded Roopnarine for his kind gesture and said the computers and enlightening materials will be used for their intended purpose.
She called on other humanitarian organizations to emulate the good example of Philanthropist Roopnarine.
Ms. Weeks stressed that “Girls in technology Liberia is a non-profit and non-governmental organization established on February 5, 2019 and focuses on women’s and girls’ empowerment in various areas, especially in technology.
The GITL boss added that “considering the fact that women have been excluded and marginalized in Liberia for a very long period of time, GITL seeks to empower women and promote equality by providing opportunities for women and girls in the technology sector.”
I want to thank you for the opportunity given us through donating these computers and we are learning a lot…we been so ignorance about technology but through the help of our CEO miss Massa weeks we are able to know more about computer and technology… thanks ever so much for your kindness to this organization..
God bless you and your family 🙏🙏🙏🙏
Hi Madam B Massa Weeks and Team,
Thank you for your time yesterday. I enjoyed the interview and it was interesting to hear about how the GIRLS IN TECHNOLOGY LIBERIA ORGANIZATION is empowering more young people in the Technology space. I’m so excited to be member of this great institution.
Thanks for the opportunity.
I’m so proud to be a member of GITL, I want to say a big thank you to my hard working CEO B Massa Weeks and her team and not forgetting the Donors too, I really do appreciate you all for your support may God 🙏🙏🙏 blessed you all and also blessed the work of your hands,
I must admit that Girls in Tech Liberia is truly a blessings to Liberian Women and Girls….
This is amazing! Empowering young Liberian women and girls in this part Africa? Thank you. You are indeed, touching anf transforming Lives. I am a testimony to this. Thanks To The Young CEO of our time. Girls in Tech Liberia all thw way….
I’m a Proud Beneficiary of Girls in Technology Liberia (GITL) Free Training. My deepest thanks and appreciation to everyone for their support financially and materially.
Also to GITL for empowering Women and girls through Technology
With the help of Girls in Tech Liberia, I now know what QuickBooks is all about and I can work in QuickBooks software perfectly 👍..
I must admit that Girls in Tech Liberia is truly a blessings to Liberian women and girls.
Thanks to CEO Massa Weeks of Girls in Tech Liberia and her team and also to her Donors may God continue to bless you all 🙏🙏
Girls in Tech Liberia is doing extremely well for women and girls in bridging the gender gap when it comes to technology. Proud to be a member of this growing and successful organization.
I want to express a very big thank you to the CEO madam B. Massa Weeks ( Girls in Tech Liberia) for making her dream come true , by establishing this great organization in other to reduce the Gender Gap of liberian women and girls in the Field of technology.
I am grateful for being a member of this organization, and for obtaining a certificate in the Microsoft office suite training, that has made a good impact in my life today.
Thanks also to the Donor for the donation of computers for the organization 🙏🙏🤗🤗
I’m supper excited to be a member of GIRLS IN TECH LIBERIA.
Thanks to our Young
CEO B.Massa Weeks,
Administrators and my fellow Students in technology.
I am so happy to be part of the Digital Computer Forensic training and I’m gladly awaiting the Microsoft training as a prospective candidate.
Girls In Tech Liberia is raising the bars and bridging the gender gap when it comes to technology. their training is one of its kind. They are professional and have a lot to offer in the field of technology. Thanks to the CEO, team and Donors for this amazing training.
I’m very grateful to be part of this organization
The CEO, Massa Weeks and her team are doing a tremendous job, not only inspiring but adding values to girls and women in Liberia, which will help change the country perspective in the near possible future through technology.
Great work Massa, you have my full support.
Girls in Tech is a dream realized and focused in bridging the gender gap in the STEM related career path. This vision is timely, and will go a long way paving the path that young girls and women will go to realized their dreams while making use of their skills, talents and potential.