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INVESTING IN STEM EDUCATION IS CRUCIAL TO AFRICA’S FUTURE

Academic research reveals that there are more than one billion people living in Africa, 70% of which are under the age of 30 with only 2,000 colleges and universities to serve this large population of young people. It was also reported that only 7% of eligible African youths enroll in tertiary institutions. It is believed […]

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CODING TRAINING-WORKSHOP: THE THREE DAYS OF WAAW!

There is always more to learning than knowing, this was the experience from the three days WAAW foundation’s AWELE (African Women Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship) Academy coding training workshop that was held on the 23rd, 24th and 25th day of November 2016. AWELE Academy focuses on Technology Leadership and Entrepreneurship, and provides Coding Boot camps, […]

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WAAW FOUNDATION PARTICIPATES IN 2016 HOUR OF CODE

WAAW Foundation, in partnership with ENSPIRE, successfully participated in the 2016 Hour of Code by training scores of secondary school students in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria’s capital in December. The #HourofCode is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in over 180 countries. It started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed […]

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SHORT TERM TEACHING OPPORTUNITY IN AFRICA

CTL Academy, Abuja, is a preK-12 school that offers an American education. We serve a diverse population of Nigerians and international families. We have small class sizes of about 10 students per class. We have an opening for a long term substitute teacher for upper elementary and middle school English language arts from January – […]

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