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OPPORTUNITES AVAILABLE FOR ENTREPRENEURS, LEADERS AND COMMUNITY CHANGE AGENTS.

While you have gained tech skills coupled with Entrepreneurship and Leadership training, what next??? Take time to improve your Tech skills and relentlessly search for opportunities. Here are some opportunities FOR ICT/ TECH START Ups African Business Angel Network AAIS2017. From idea to exit, great startup teams poised for global success Ingressive High Growth Africa […]

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THE AMAZING HIGHLIGHTS OF S(HE) HACKS AFRICA COHORT #3 BOOTCAMP

From Tuesday, October 3rd 2017, youths from various states in Nigeria, converged in Lagos for the S(he) Hacks Africa Cohort #3 Boot camp. This 4-week intensive Software Programming, Leadership and Entrepreneurship training was organized by WAAW Foundation, which has been on the mission to empower youth, most especially girls in technology and software programming through […]

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THE NEED FOR HANDS-ON STEM ACTIVITIES IN CLASSROOMS

While the future stability of our economy is uncertain as the nation faces many challenges, parents now take comfort in knowing that science and engineering jobs are growing 70 percent faster than other occupations. But to secure these jobs, STEM embedded skills are essential; thankfully, they are fun and exciting to learn. STEM activities will […]

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What they are saying about She Hacks Africa Bootcamp #cohort3

“Thank you! Thank you! God Bless! to the organisers of SHE HACKS AFRICA! The Knowledge I have acquired in such a short period of time can’t be quantified, and to all wonderful people I have met…to the Greatest Achievers group. Together we will change the world”  – Funke “SHE HACKS AFRICA simply the best! I […]

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Chinyere Ihuegbu’s Speech at She Hacks Africa Cohort 3 closing ceremony

My name is Chinyere Ihuegbu. I studied Biochemistry and I am still learning about biochemistry. I chose this facinating discipline because I was interested in knowing how the body works – from little malfunctions that cause a disease to creating therapeutic solutions in to remedy biochemical abnormalities. During my undergraduate program I also picked an […]

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Oracle Academy Facilitates (S)he Hacks Africa Week 3

The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation is excited to partner with ORACLE Academy to train 30 Nigerian youths in software programming at the third (S)he Hacks Africa 4-week coding boot-camp in Lagos, Nigeria.  Oracle academy’s mission is to advance computer science education globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development and diversity in technology […]

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How Young Women and Girls Can Effortlessly Get Involved In Technology

It is highly important to involve women in STEM and computer science professions and there is no better time to promote that than now.  Many women these days are taking advantage of technology innovation around them and themselves becoming more inventive by the day. Here are some ways you can effortlessly participate in STEM and […]

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Your Day Job Won’t Do the Magic, Here’s What Will

While young people around the world are investing time and resources into technology entrepreneurship and social advancement, graduates in Africa are increasingly looking unto political leaders for jobs and economic empowerment. This dependency brings with it many challenges, not least of which is ensuring that the economic reliance is achieved or sustainable. S(HE) HACKS Africa […]

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WAAW STEM Teacher Training For 50 Teachers in Lagos

The lack of STEM exposure makes it difficult for in-service science teachers to promote STEM education and digital literacy amongst students in their local schools. WAAW Foundation, after a decade of promoting STEM education for Africa girls, resorted to complement its effort by training in service public school science teachers in hands on STEM lessons. […]

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WAAW Foundation and Women Beyond Borders STEM Camp for Fifty Girls

Looking into the customs of our society, one would wonder if the society encourages the girl child to build a career that break barriers. In lieu of this, Women beyond borders in August of 2017 made collaboration with WAAW foundation to have a STEM camp for young girls in Akure Ondo State Nigeria. One of […]

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