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What Week 1 looks like for us – Team-Zenith, She Hacks Africa cohort 7

We are team - Zenith and we will like to share our experience at the ongoing She Hacks Africa coding bootcamp, cohort 7 - Week 1. The program kicked off on Monday the 3rd of September, 2018. We were introduced to our amiable facilitators and participants: Tolu, Funke and Sidney. The classes, to our pleasant [...]

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OUR EXPERIENCE SO FAR – Team-Trendsetter of She hacks Africa Cohort 7

OUR EXPERIENCE SO FAR Our experience so far has been awesome, we learnt a lot of things about how the internet works, the server which is been made up of routers and switches and the importance to understand the internet as a developer. We learnt HTML, different tags and new tags in HTML 5. We [...]

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Team-Access shared experience at She Hacks Africa #Cohort7 Week 1

Our experience so far in this program, She Hacks Africa coding and Entrepreneurship Training has been amazingly fantastic and has enormously enriched us in a way words cannot depict but we will share some of the amazing enlightens. First and foremost, we learnt that one does not have to be an expatriate to critically think [...]

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2018 Summer Code School was a success

Code is a language of communication between humans and machines. With codes, humans can literally tell the computer what to do. In recent time, coding or writing codes has become a fundamental skill, but very few kids have the opportunity to learn programming because it is rarely taught in schools. It’s a subject so important [...]

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2018 Abuja and Lagos STEM-ICT Teachers Training

2018 STEM – ICT TEACHERS TRAINING In line with the WAAW Foundation’s vision to empower African women to become impactful leaders, change agents and technology innovators through STEM engagement, WAAW integrates and promotes hands-on experiential learning into classrooms in private and public schools by organizing a  FREE STEM-ICT Teachers’ Training/Workshop in Abuja and Lagos this [...]

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Highlight of She Hacks Africa Cohort #6 workshop

The 6th edition of the She Hacks Africa program recently came to an end with 35 young people being equipped with web development, tech entrepreneurship and leadership skills. The program is an intensive 4 weeks coding boot camp, and in-person training workshop, where African youths learn software programming and then, practice what they have learned [...]

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PRESS RELEASE-SHE HACKS AFRICA BOOTCAMP-CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

She hacks Africa Coding Bootcamp is a 4-Week Software programming, Entrepreneurship and Leadership training program for young women and men between the ages of 18-30 years with a mission is to empower African youths in Software programming with a special focus on young girls in remote villages who will develop the relevant Software Application that [...]

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WAAW FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AIMS TRAIN STEM TEACHERS IN RWANDA

The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation in partnership with The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) trained over 120 STEM teachers to execute the Maths and Sciences for Sub-Saharan Africa (MS4SSA) training programme for S1 teachers in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology from March 23rd to 31st in Rwanda. The [...]

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OUTCOMES FROM OUR 2018 LAGOS CODE SCHOOL

During the Easter holiday, WAAW Foundation fulfilled the mandate to engage and equip young minds with Computer programming skills through our 2018 Code School program. It was so exciting to see the creative abilities of these kids come alive in just 5 days! Both boys and girls between the ages of 10-17 from different backgrounds [...]

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Highlights from Gender Summit in Rwanda

From Monday, March 19th – 20th 2018, Female researchers and women in STEM gathered in Kigali, Rwanda for the Gender Summit 14 Africa. The theme for this two day summit was “Climate Change through Gender lens”. This is a call for more females to promote gender balance in Africa. Gender Summit Africa exposed participants to [...]

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