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WAAW Foundation is looking to fill these 3 volunteer positions asap. Should you know someone who is passionate about our mission to empower African girls, is tech savvy, can work independently and remote, innovative and comes with ideas, adaptive and can work in start up environment,...

At WAAW (Working to Advance Science and Technology Education for African Woman) Foundation, A 501© non-profit organization (EIN 20-8576703), We have a mission to increase the pipeline of African women entering into Science and Technology fields and ensure they are engaged in Technology innovation and...

In a bid to promote peaceful election in the upcoming general election in Nigeria, the United Nation (UN) Women, The African Union (AU) and The Embassy of Germany on the 30th of January, 2019 organized a 1-day women leader forum aimed at "Promoting peaceful election" at...

WAAW Foundation offers international internships to outstanding WAAW College Chapter fellows in partnership with AIESEC and hosts companies in the United States from 8-12 weeks. The international Internship provides WAAW College Chapter fellows with practical work experience that enhances their personal and professional development. Interns...

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...

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...