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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 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...

WAAW Foundation is pleased to announce its 2018 need-based scholarship, offering $500/year for female African students presently admitted to a University, College or institute of higher learning in Africa. Scholarship recipients receive an award of $500 for the 2018 academic year, or the equivalent in...

  The Working to Advance (STEM Education) for African Women Foundation has developed a novel short education intervention program, to raise awareness and help teachers understand the importance of STEM and digital literacy in the classroom. The program is a weeklong teacher training for 45 STEM...

In 2007, Dr Unoma Okorafor set out to create a sustainable long lasting way to support and educate African women in Science Engineering Mathematics and Engineering (STEM). WAAW Foundation came about and has been in existence for – about a decade, with a true commitment...

WAAW Foundation is currently seeking volunteers to fill the positions below: 1. Grant writer position 2. Website designer (wordpress) 3. Graphics Designer 4. Video Editor 5. Video creative director 6. Social media assistant 7. Public relations associate 8. Administrative assistant 9. Program evaluator and Impact assessment assistant 10. Blog content writer. Also, our team is looking...