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 My name is Hannah Simba, I am 23 years old and currently studying at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa. I am Zimbabwean by birth and come from a family of two. Both my parents are civil servants and my younger brother just...

WAAW Foundation provides opportunities for quality STEM programming for African girls, aged 11 to 30 years as a means to close the economic, innovation and achievement gap for African women in the 21st century global economy. Our mission is to Increase the pipeline of African...

  I am a Civil and Construction Engineering student in the University of Nairobi. I studied in Pangani Girl’s Secondary School 2005 - 2008 and graduated with a mean grade of A. I decided to pursue civil engineering mainly because I was passionate of Mathematics, Physics...

WAAW (Working to Advance African Women) Foundation founder, Dr. Unoma Ndili Okorafor received the Anita Borg Award on October 3, 2013. She was selected for her innovation, leadership, and successful contribution in increasing the impacts of African Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Computer science. She received...

I am a SS2 science student from Airforce Secondary School, Lagos, Nigeria and a participant of the WAAW Foundation 2013 STEM Camp themed; Robotics and Renewable Energy Camp for African Girls. I had a fascinating, interesting, educative and fun filled moment at the STEM Camp. The...

LEGO EDUCATION, one of our 2013 STEM camp sponsors were honoured to receive our camp participants at their 2013 World Robots Olympiad(WRO) Nationals Competition program which took place on Monday, 30th September, 2013 at the Oriental Hotel Banquet Hall, Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria As part of our mission...

WAAW Foundation is deeply grateful and very excited to announce a new sponsorship towards the 2013 STEM Camp initiative from the African Education Initiative (www.nef3.org)...

WAAW Foundation is excited to be working with KidWind.org on ideas to incorporate renewable energy in our Robotics and Renewable Energy STEM Summer Camp for Girls in Nigeria! Kidwind will be providing Wind Kits and Solar Energy kits for the girls! Check out this great organization...

WAAW in partnership with W.TEC Nigeria will launch its one-week residential camp at the Laureates College in Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria from July 28th to August 3rd, 2013. Camp applications will open in March. Campers will be selected through a screening process and individual interviews....

WAAW Foundation is partnering with the Armani Institute to promote their certificate course in the Practice of Social Entrepreneurship in starting February 7, 2013 at Nairobi, Kenya. The course is supported by Ashoka East Africa, The Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership and Harvard Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory. Course...