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Discover how we have been working to promote STEM Education for girls in Africa

Discover How we have been working to promote STEM Education for girls in Africa Our Annual reports give us the opportunity to report to you — the people who support us and make our work possible — on our recent achievements. But the work we do far exceeds the capacity of this report to tell […]

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Our Vice-President’s Thank you Note – 2016/2017

THANK YOU At the beginning of every year, I get the opportunity to write this short heartfelt thank you for the previous year. This year is no different and there isn’t enough words that can aptly express how thankful we are at WAAW Foundation for our partners and supporters. At WAAW foundation our vision remains […]

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Our President’s Annual Remark – 2016/2017

Dear WAAW Foundation Family, 2016 was another remarkable year for WAAW Foundation. This year, our vision became even clearer, and we moved purposefully towards achieving significant progress towards  building a movement to empower women and girls across the African continent in STEM. We believe in the potential of African women to use Technology to transform […]

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Changing the Cycle: How #SheHacksAfrica Is Building A Generation of African Women In Tech

The Abuja edition of #SheHacksAfrica has come and gone but the memory and knowledge gained will forever linger in the minds of the participants that came from across Africa. In November 2016, Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation and African Women Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship (AWELE) Academy, announced the opening of […]

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Tweet Chat with Kishau Rogers, Founder of Websmith Group, on “Women Leading Tech Change In Africa.”

Gender inequality remains a burning issue confronting women and girls in Africa especially as it is linked with deep rooted traditional culture. Women face barriers such as poverty, illiteracy, and discrimination when getting training and education. With the increasing gender gap in technology and low rate of African girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics […]

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Thought Leadership: Top 5 ways to get more women and girls into STEM

To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, ITU spoke with five leading women in the science and tech industries to ask for their advice on how to get more women interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) studies and careers. Here are some of their top tips: Start at a younger age “I […]

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Encouraging Women In STEM Industries

Historically, gender imbalance has been a cancer that has plagued almost every aspect of life. In the education sector, nowhere is this more evident than in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, collectively known as STEM. The STEM fields have always experienced a woman problem all across the world, but more so in […]

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WAAW 2017 Scholarship Donation in Honor of Dr. Peter Johnson

Dr. Peter Johnson was born in 1964 and had a lifelong interest in Geology together with the desire to see a practical application of science, He attended secondary school in Hexham in the North of England where he excelled in Maths and Physics. In 1985 received an II-1 honours degree  in the Mining Engineering Department […]

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