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Topics featured on Women's Annex include education, arts, business, and sports. Women's Annex receives 6,000 license free professional films and videos from Film Annex Networks, and the platform enables women to self-distribute and monetize their film and written content, and to connect with female role models through videos and blog post. WomensAnnex.com encourages women all over the world to be financially independent self-starters.
 
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WAF = Women's Digital Literacy, Sustainability, and Community Building

WomensAnnexFoundation.org was established as a not-for-profit 501 c-3 to facilitate, grow and foster "Digital Literacy" for women in developing countries. Women’s Annex Foundation initially gave internet access to the women and children of Afghanistan, and that vision has been expanded globally to include the impoverished women and children in the 245 countries, territories, and islands around the world. The goal is to train these women and children in Digital Literacy so that they can create a sustainable economic model for themselves and their families.