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TESTIMONIALS FROM SHE HACKS AFRICA COHORT #4 PARTICIPANTS

“This boot camp has been a very good eye-opener for me and I want to say a very big thank you to WAAW Foundation and She Hacks Africa. Thank you”. Ogbonna Ada Glory. “This Cohort has been a huge move to my development and career. I have the strong belief that I am better than […]

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CELEBRATING THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

As we celebrate the international women’s day, it commemorates the movement for women’s rights for quality education, gender equality, economic inclusion, good health and well being. This creates the awareness that women and girls play various vital roles in the society and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields are not exceptions. This day also […]

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WEB RESOURCES FOR ICT DEVELOPMENT

As the world goes digital, numerous resources have become available to enhance skills development ranging from Software Programming, Web and Mobile App development, Content Management Systems, Digital Marketing, Online Portfolios, Graphic Design, 2D and 3D Animation, etc. Accessing these resources have become very critical for everyone. So here is a list of online resources available […]

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A SNEAK PEAK INTO 2018 LAGOS SPRING CODE SCHOOL

The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation with the mission is to empower African women and young minds to become impactful leaders, change agents and technology innovators through STEM engagement will organize a code school this spring from April 9th to 13th at 64 Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun, Lagos. WAAW Lagos […]

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Education for Science and Maths through the STEM framework – International Seminar Israel

The International seminar on “Education for Science and Maths through the STEM framework” organized by MASHAV an Israeli Agency for International Development Cooperation at Aharon Ofri International Training Centre Jerusalem, Israel from January 14th to 2nd February, 2018. The seminar had 23 persons in attendance comprising of educators from Ministry of Education departments, School Principals, […]

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WAAW foundation CEO and President’s 2018 Remark

A NEW CHAPTER FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS Dear WAAW Foundation Family, Never in our 10 year history has WAAW Foundation been so well position to deliver lasting impact to millions of girls across Africa. As we celebrate our 10th anniversary this 2017, I feel a deep sense of gratitude to God who inspired the […]

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WAAW FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR WAAW UNIVERSITY CHAPTER FELLOWS

WAAW Foundation offers international internships to outstanding WAAW College Chapter fellows in partnership with host companies in the United States from 8-12 weeks. The international Internship provides WAAW College Chapter fellows with practical work experience that enhances their personal and professional development. Interns are provided with STEM hands-on experience that impacts their future career and […]

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LOOKING FORWARD TO S(HE) HACKS AFRICA COHORT #4 BOOTCAMP

It’s here again!!! The S(he) Hacks Africa Cohort #4 Bootcamp is planned to groom another set of young energetic talents in Lagos from February 2018. Just like the last Cohort #3 held in October 2016, this next cohort is fashioned to even get better with our seasoned experts and project-based curriculum. This 4-week intensive Software […]

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Heart-warming end of year Thank you note from WAAW’s Vice President

Our tenth year as a not for profit cannot go by without me thanking each of you! In 2007, my friend and the Founder of WAAW, Dr. Unoma Okorafor,  thought about this great opportunity that has grown beyond what she may have imagined then. I joined in 2011 and every year I am more awed […]

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HOW 3D PRINTING IS AUGMENTING ALL ASPECTS OF STEM

STEM profession and education are both ever-changing due to technology. Three-dimensional (3D) modeling and printing is one of such technology.  This technology has a lot of advantage in modern day education but the take-up in schools and other academic institutions is often limited or non-existent due to the perceived cost of training staff to use it to its full potential […]

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