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Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation just concluded its first STEM teacher’s training in Abuja, Nigeria from August 6th to 9th, 2016. Participants were Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) teachers from Government/Public secondary schools across Nigeria. The training workshop was...

Recently, The Working to Advance STEM education for African Women (WAAW) foundation in partnership with ETSD foundation and AFRITEX initiative organized a 6-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) camp, designed to create opportunity for secondary school girls to explore STEM as well as Computer...

When traveling abroad, you usually have a checklist of what you want to do in each city. You go to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower and eat macarons, or to Italy to see the Colosseum and eat pasta. But what if you traveled for reasons other...

  We invite secondary school teachers from Government or Public secondary schools across Nigeria to apply for our new and unique training module on Computer programming and STEM hands-on activities. The training workshop will take place in Abuja, Nigeria from August 6-10, 2016. During the 5-day workshop, teachers...

WAAW Foundation is deeply grateful and very excited to announce a new sponsorship towards the 2016 STEM Camp initiative from  Sasol. Advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is a critical focus for Sasol. As a STEM industry with a reputable employee population that includes engineers,...

The president and founder of the Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) foundation, Dr. Unoma Ndili Okorafor participated in a 2-day “Women’s Forum” in Mauritius. The theme of the Forum is: “Meeting the Climate Challenge for Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) and...

The application period for 2016 WAAW foundation Summer camp, a week-long, fun, hands-on STEM immersion program for secondary school girls, is now open. This summer, The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) foundation is hosting 40 Secondary school girls for a Science, Technology,...

As the need for great tech talent increases, hot tech hubs are popping up around African countries as excellent places to join together, create communities and foster growth. Africa faces some hurdles in developing information technology. Even though global Internet penetration is about 32%, it’s lower...

Science fair projects are one of the most anticipated parts of the school year for many children. Kids get to really think outside the box and let their creative sides shine through. Back in the day, creating an exploding volcano made out of baking soda...