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“Women Should Be Given The Opportunity To Build And Develop Tech Solutions” – Olamide Egbayelo

WAAW Foundation held her April edition of monthly tweet meet with Olamide Egbayelo, one of Nigeria’s emerging young women in tech. Olamide holds a B.Sc in Computer Science and a diploma in Social Media Marketing. She has experiences working in tech, entertainment and non-profits. Discussing “Women Leading Tech Change In Africa,” Olamide Egbayelo disclosed how […]

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#MyDreamsAreNotDisplaced: WAAW FOUNDATION SETS TO EMPOWER INTERNALLY DISPLACED GIRLS

The dreams of the future are indeed better than the history of the past and a strong imagination relinquish the grief of the heart! These were the case with two sisters, Memunah and Alima (19 and 18 years) who have since 4 years ago become residents of the Durumi Internally Displaced People’s (IDP) Camp, Abuja […]

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RENEWABLE ENERGY: WAAW FOUNDATION INVENTS WIND TURBINE

Mr. Ayodele Samson (not real name) closes 4:00 pm at his place of work in Lagos, Nigeria. Not certain he will meet light at home; he decides to call at a gas station to buy some liters of fuel to power his generator. Getting home, he waited and waited but the electricity distribution company didn’t […]

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Six Strong African Women In Tech

The idea that the tech industry in Africa is male-dominated is massively getting eroded following smart and assertive African women occupying the centre stage and changing the face of the industry on the continent with their giant strides in the global community. Women are increasingly bridging the gender-gap in tech and creating equal opportunity in […]

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Inspiring Girls in Sub-Saharan Africa to Pursue Careers in STEM

This article was originally published on the Level Up Village blog by Andrea Sherman. Level Up Village actively seeks out innovative global partner organizations to team up with, in order to provide cutting-edge STEM to underserved populations of students. This January, we launched a partnership with WAAW, which stands for Working to Advance STEM education for […]

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Digital Gender Gap Is A Major Problem In Modern Society

Digital gender gap is a major constraint to innovation, growth and economic development.  It weakens the innovation potential of a society by hindering a large proportion of citizen’s productivity. Digital gender gap is a gender inequality with regard to fewer women having access to the use and impact of information communication and technology. Womenfolk are […]

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“The Future Of Women In The Tech Industry Is Yet To Be Fully Achieved” – Ebele Agu

Ebele Agu is the Vice President and Board Secretary of WAAW Foundation. Ebele is very passionate about education, she believes everyone should have access to education and be given an opportunity to realize their full potential. She is especially dedicated to ensuring that the African girl child is given an opportunity and access to STEM […]

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AFRICAN WOMEN IN TECH CONFERENCE CO-LOCATE WITH HIVE AFRICA GLOBAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Application is opened for the 2017 HIVE Africa Global Leaders Program. This is a 3-day holistic innovative, entrepreneurship and leadership training designed around life, work and the world.  Program attendees will have the opportunity to join a committed network of mission-driven leaders, implement daily habits that will help make a big impact, create an action […]

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Meet Winners of WAAW Foundation 2017 STEM Scholarship Award

In year 2016, Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation, announced her annual scholarships award to students who demonstrate need and prove their status as full time students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related course in an African University. The initiative is aimed at supporting need based African female STEM-focused college […]

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THE NEED TO IMPROVE YOUR IT CAREER

Looking to boost your entrepreneurial skills and keep yourself in business? Being successful is all about professionalism; it is important and gets you paid. Tech skills have become the fundamental requirement for many lucrative careers and 90% of future jobs will strictly require these skills. You might have been met with so many impracticable endeavors […]

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