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African Science Week 2018 – Nigeria

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF), an initiative of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in partnership with Robert Bosch Stiftung celebrates NEF Africa Science Week 2018 in Nigeria in 35 African countries: Nigeria Zambia, Sudan, Benin, Angola, Uganda, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Malawi, Swaziland, The Gambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Lesotho, Tanzania, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Burkina […]

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WAAW foundation celebrates 2018 International Day of the Girl Child

October 11 every year has been marked as the International Day of the Girl; A day aimed to promote girls’ rights, highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face and promoting girls’ empowerment to improve girls lives. According to the 2018 theme: With Her: A Skilled Girl-Force; we stand with girls everywhere as they […]

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WAAW foundation marks 2018 Africa Code Week

  The Africa Code Week 2018 started at WAAW foundation on the 8th of October which was initiated by software development group (SAP) as a mission to instill digital literacy and 21st century coding skills to over 600,000 young learners in over 36 nations through the means of working closely with private, public and non-profit […]

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Highlights of the She hacks Africa Cohort 7 bootcamp, sponsored by Act foundation

The WAAW She Hacks Africa coding, entrepreneurship and leadership training program (Cohort 7), sponsored by Aspire Coronation Trust Foundation, Act foundation started on the 3rd of September with all participants looking bright and highly expectant of what the following thirty days would bring, and as expected and even beyond, it was a great and impactful […]

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The 3rd Red emerald by Seun Obe- She Hacks Africa Cohort 7

The third week of the She Hacks Africa Boot-Camp started well with the eagerness of what the lovely week has in store for us.Stared with introduction to PHP by funke, which deal with backends using wamp,which was quite similar to javascript. It was not that hard like i thought tho. On Tuesday the 17th of […]

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2019 WAAW Foundation Scholarship for Young Women in STEM

2018/2019 SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT  Online application available at http://www.waawfoundation.org/scholarships. Complete the online application and submit supporting materials. Applications open September 19, 2018 and are due on or before 12 midnight on 30 November, 2018.*** Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted via email. WAAW Foundation 2019 Scholarship Application opens September 19, 2018. WAAW is pleased to announce […]

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Team-Illuminat Shared its experience at She Hacks Africa Week 1

GROUP 5: THE ILLUMINANT ARTICLE TITLE: BRIEF REPORT OF THE SHA COHORT 7 ACTIVITIES (WEEK 1) The She Hacks Africa, SHA is a 4-week intensive coding programme organized by the African Women Engineering and Leadership Entrepreneurship (AWELE) Academy. The aim of the programme is to introduce, encourage and train youths most especially girls, into the […]

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Having Fun while Coding at She Hacks Africa Cohort 7, Week 1

  For every member of the team, getting selected among a pool of other applicants into the cohort seven of She Hacks Africa coding bootcamp was fascinating and overwhelming. Little did we know however that the experiences that await us would be way beyond our preparations and expectations. Right from the very first day, we […]

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Team-Alpha shared experience at She Hacks Africa #cohort 7 Week 1

This article is a summary of what group ALPHA which is also the first group in the (s)he hacks Africa cohort 7 which consist of Boluwatife, Grace, Gabriel, Joshua, David and Mary did during the week one. On the first day of our boot-camp, we had our registrations, icebreaker routine of exercises, and then an […]

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What Week 1 looks like for us – Team-Zenith, She Hacks Africa cohort 7

We are team – Zenith and we will like to share our experience at the ongoing She Hacks Africa coding bootcamp, cohort 7 – Week 1. The program kicked off on Monday the 3rd of September, 2018. We were introduced to our amiable facilitators and participants: Tolu, Funke and Sidney. The classes, to our pleasant […]

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