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Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation is a non-profit organization headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria with offices in Abuja Nigeria and Plano Texas USA. Our mission is to empower girls in Africa by increasing the pipeline of girls educated in Science, Technology,...

WAAW Foundation had her second online Teachers Training Conference with over 90 participants in attendance. The training took place via zoom on the 16th of May 2020. It was themed “Digital Literacy Skills for Teachers”. Ebele Agu, the Vice president of WAAW Foundation gave a list...

WAAW College Fellows had the privilege to have a delightful session with Onyinye Edeh themed “Achieving balance in Life through Long Term Health and Wellness Onyinye Edeh is a Nigerian-American Global Health professional and passionate advocate for adolescent and women’s health. She holds a Master of...

On the 24th of April, WAAW College fellows had an impacting and helpful session with Ms. Ekene Kayode, the president/principal consultant of Hankuri Data Solution Inc. The Session was themed “Managing yourself and Leading Others”. Ms. Ekene who Is also the Founder/CEO of EWAD Inc. and...

WAAW Foundation had her first online Teachers Training Conference in partnership with Global School Program on the 15th and 17th of April, 2020. The Training took place on Zoom with which there were two(2) batches.   It started by Ebele Agu, vice president of  WAAW Foundation...

Letter from Company Some educators are finding it really helpful to own an entire child in 2 groups simultaneously for a quick period, as the student is transitioning to an increased degree, or some time the child has fallen behind the remainder of the group. Students...

My name is Lucy Ikpesu, A Chemical Engineering graduate from Delta State University, Abraka and a 2014 - 2016 WAAW Foundation College fellow. I currently serve as a Program Manager at Working to Advance African Women (WAAW) Foundation, I am a passionate educator in Science Technology...

Vanessa Oguamanam a third-year Ph.D. student in Computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA had a mentorship session with the WAAW fellows. She was asked several questions like; why she chose to study Computer Science?"  “How she got to study (or do your...

The Africa Code Week 2019 started at WAAW foundation on the 14th of October which was initiated by Software Development group (SAP) as a mission to instill digital literacy and 21st century coding skills to over 600,000 young learners in over 37 nations and also...