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Welcome To Our New Office!

After months of thorough search and difficult work done by some of our colleagues directly involved in organizing the whole process, we have finally moved into our new office. From now on you can find us at 3rd Floor, 117 Apapa Road, via Costain, Ebute Metta, Lagos. You will see this address updated in our […]

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Fully Funded Coding Boot Camp: Abuja and Lagos

She Hacks Africa Coding Boot Camp for African Youths Don’t miss this great opportunity!!!  Apply Now  for (S)he Hacks Africa Coding Boot Camp Deadline: Application closes 1 week to the commencement of each Cohort. For the second year running, WAAW Foundation in partnership with ACT Foundation has opened up applications for her 2019 “She Hacks Africa Coding Boot Camp” […]

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WAAW Foundation at ACT Foundation 2019 Grantee ON-BOARDING TRAINING

  We are delighted to be a Grantee to the ACT Foundation once again in 2019. WAAW Foundation was at the ACT Foundation 2019 grantees on-boarding training on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th April 2019 at the Access Bank Head Office. We are collaborating with ACT Foundation to train 300 Nigerian youths from low income […]

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My Learning experience with a new language: Node.js – FUNKE OYEDUN WAAW Foundation Software Developer

  A little bit about me I am Olufunke, a wife, mother and software developer. I have a degree in computer applications, but all I know for the past 3 years in programming language is self-taught. My journey into information technology discipline started when I became fed-up with the way university curriculum were designed in […]

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Female Developers and The Impostor Syndrome – Mary Abiodun (She Hacks Africa Alumni)

Within the short time I have been in the tech ecosystem, I have had the opportunity to have several discussions with countless number of female developers and one thing that is common among them is the impostor syndrome. With female developers who have more years of experience, the story is different as they have found […]

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INTERVIEW: She Hacks Africa Alumni at Re:learn

An interview session with two of our She Hacks Africa alumni that currently works at Re:Learn, an arm of Co-creation hub Tell us a little bit about you ? Ufuoma Famous: My name is Ogaga Ufuoma Famous, the third child in a family of four, I was born and raised in Benin City, Edo State. I returned to my […]

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WAAW Foundation participated in the Facebook for Education program

WAAW Foundation participated in Facebook for Education which aims at building learning communities in Nigeria. The aim is to create programs, tools and products to build diverse learning communities that brings the world closer together. To achieve the purpose why Facebook for Education was initiated, it was divided into 3 sections, which are; Activate: This […]

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What 2018 looks like for us at WAAW foundation

    WAAW foundation is super proud of its accomplishment this year, woohoo! With a dedicated team, passionate board members, supportive partners, unstinted sponsors and donors, WAAW foundation provided various educational opportunities that empowered African girls and youth in 2018. Here is a highlight of our 2018 work: Implemented 6 She Hacks Africa cohorts, (February – November); sponsored by Aspire Coronation Trust foundation (ACT […]

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What Miss Theola Amiokhaibhor had to say about just concluded She Hacks Africa Cohort 9

I have always wanted to be more, to know more and to be able to do more than what is expected. The opportunity came when a friend of mine encouraged me to apply  for a scholarship to learn coding at a 4-week intensive training bootcamp- SHA( She Hacks Africa) , a scholarship funded by Aspire […]

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#givingtuesday Donate to WAAW foundation and empower girls in Africa through STEM Education

Join the movement and donate to WAAW foundation cause #givingtuesday  “Everyone has something to give. You can give time or expertise, monetary donations large or small, simple acts of kindness, food or clothing. We hear and see firsthand the challenges African girls face when it comes to learning Science and Technology, but we are equally […]

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