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WAAW Fellows Mentorship Meet-up with Mrs. Ebele Agu

On the 17th of August, the Vice president of WAAW Foundation, Mrs. Ebele Agu had a Mentorship Meet-up with the WAAW fellows which was themed “Knowing your why”. She spoke about why she is a part of WAAW Foundation and why she’s so invested in WAAW Fellowship program. She joined WAAW foundation because of its […]

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Promoting STEM Education / ICT through Teachers Training

This summer, The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation, trained 78 STEM teachers in its just-concluded 4th Annual STEM teachers training programme for secondary school STEM educators in Lagos and Abuja. The overall aim was to provide STEM teachers with sufficient academic skills and deliberately influence a behavior change among teachers […]

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Never Too Late To Start – My Tech Story

Mary Abiodun who is an alumna of She Hacks Africa Coding Boot Camp Cohort 3, shares how she started her journey to becoming a software developer. I decided to write about this to remind me of how I started this journey, how I felt at the beginning, and to let you know that it is […]

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2019 SHE HACKS AFRICA CODING BOOTCAMP – COHORT 12

She Hacks Africa coding Boot camp (Cohort 12), sponsored by Aspire Coronation Trust Foundation, started on the1st of July 2019 with a total of  39 youths. The goal of the initiative is to increase the number of young females in the technology workforce and to enhance the livelihood of young Nigerians.   It was an impactful and […]

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Why kids should learn Coding

When kids are introduced to coding, they gain an appreciation of how digital technology work. Digital technology is a big part of many kids’ lives, as they are surrounded by smartphones, video games, video entertainment, websites, and even robots. What drives this technology is software or computer programs that are created by coding. Like learning […]

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