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FIVE REASONS GIRLS SHOULD LEARN CODING

THE FIVE REASONS GIRLS SHOULD CODE  There are five reasons that all girls should learn how to code. Great future jobs in every field – art, medicine, you name it – will go to people who can code. If we want to be part of one of the fastest growing job markets out there we […]

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4 Reasons Africa Is the Rising Star of the Tech World

With the world’s youngest, fastest growing population, Africa is also the world’s largest source of untapped talent. But that talent pool is starting to be tapped as tech employers, large and small, turn their attention to the continent’s potential. There are many economic, cultural, political and technological differences across Africa, but the continent is home […]

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2015/2016 WAAW SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Five African girls have been successful in our 2015/2016 Scholarship Application. After reviewing over 1003 applications from 27 countries in Africa, the following girls qualified and emerged as our 2016 scholarship recipients: Name                    Age Country University Course of study Mbebi Liticia 22 Ghana Kame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology college of Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Renewable […]

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WAAW at the Youth Day Hackathon, Cameroon

WAAW foundation took first place at the Youth day Hackathon competition. We are excited to announce that 10 of the Secondary school Students that benefit from our STEM outreach and mentoring program in Cameroon were selected to attend the Youth day Hackathon at the ICT University in Yaounde and their project took first place in the […]

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Four reasons Africa is the Rising Star of the Tech World

By Jeremy Johnson, CEO & Co-Founder of Andela With the world’s youngest, fastest-growing population, Africa is also the world’s largest source of untapped talent. But that talent pool is starting to be tapped as tech employers, large and small, turn their attention to the continent’s potential. There are many economic, cultural, political and technological differences […]

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