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WAAW FOUNDATION HOSTS DISCUSSION FORUM ON AFRICAN WOMEN IN TECH

Have you imagined what the world would be like if more young African girls are inspired to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Courses and the society encourage more women to lead? Your guess may be as good as ours, – when women lead in tech, in business and other areas, we give others […]

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WHERE DOES THE MYTH LIMITING WOMEN FROM CAREER EXCELLENCE COME FROM?

WAAW is giving opportunities to young girls to express themselves in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), connecting them with the best opportunities in Africa and beyond.                         WAAW 2017 fellows: scholars from different higher institutions across Africa who won WAAW Foundation’s fellowship opportunity. WAAW believes women can thrive in tech, if […]

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Mother of Invention: Women Who Pursue Tech, Overtake and Drive It Forward

Women have been writing the narratives of technology over a long period and this makes one wonder why the reporting of women activities in tech is not as popular as that of men. Women have had great influence on how things in technology works right from the early years.  The role of women is not […]

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2017 COMPUTING, ROBOTIC AND RENEWABLE ENERGY CAMP FOR GIRLS

The world is changing, in terms of technology, and things are moving so fast that what was relevant a month ago, has changed differently now. The challenges of the world are changing and we must rise up to them as they present new opportunities for us to explore.  In the midst of this opportunity however, […]

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WAAW Foundation Empowers Abuja IDP Girls With Renewable Energy

Everybody deserves to have a bit of technology in their lives irrespective of where they are or circumstances that surround them. Something, such as a electricity or stable water supply that are intended to make life more pleasant or comfortable for people, some do not have. Thanks to WAAW Foundation who takes this principle around to empower people […]

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APPLICATION IS OPEN FOR 2017 FREE STEM TEACHERS TRAINING WORKSHOP

WAAW Foundation is excited to announce that application is now open for 2017 Free Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) teachers training workshop. The one-week intensive programming training is set up to train 100 secondary school STEM teachers from the 36 states of Nigeria on digital literacy training. Carefully selected participants will have the opportunity to […]

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THE GLOBAL GRAND CHALLENGES AND THE GLOBAL LEADERS

The maiden edition of Hive Africa global leaders program on the 19th- 22nd of April 2017 was a big eye opener and an opportunity for world leaders to communicate and resolve some of the world’s greatest challenges one step at a time. This event was a spectacular experience for many talented participants, mostly youths, from […]

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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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