STEM

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,...

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...

The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) celebrates Africa Science Week 2019 in Nigeria. The African Science Week was funded by Next Einstein Forum, an initiative of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in partnership with Robert Bosch Stiftung and Johnson & Johnson and hosted at the Nile University of...

WAAW foundation conducted its third bi-annual Fellows summit in Lagos, Nigeria from 5th - 9th of August 2019. The Fellows summit brought together 11 fellows from Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, and Kenya for a one-week training workshop. WAAW Foundation fellows are young students studying any STEM-related...

This summer, The Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation, trained 78 STEM teachers in its just-concluded 4th Annual STEM teachers training programme for secondary school STEM educators in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria. The overall aim was to provide STEM teachers with sufficient...

I am Rebecca Nanjala a graduate of Civil Engineering from the University of Nairobi Kenya, and an alumni chapter lead of the WAAW Foundation STEM outreach program at the University of Nairobi Kenya. I won the WAAW Foundation scholarship in 2015 when I was in...

After months of thorough search and difficult work done by some of our colleagues directly involved in organizing the whole process, we have finally moved into our new office. From now on you can find us at 3rd Floor, 117 Apapa Road, via Costain, Ebute Metta,...