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 will change the world.

Our Objectives are to:

  • Build technology leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators.
  • Connect global and local tech jobs to top talent
  • Bring unmatched years of experience working with youths in African countries
  • Offer world class cutting edge curriculum developed by experts


The full training is four weeks in which students work on weekly projects that increase in complexity as the training progresses. The classroom is organized in teams of 4 participants that work together throughout the training period, to develop an outstanding project at the end of the boot camp.

The range of programming languages and platforms concentrate on full stack Web App Development and Mobile App development including:

HTML, CSS , JavaScript, JQuery, Building Responsive Web App, LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL, PHP) and Mobile App development using IONIC Framework.

We also offer Java Programming using Alice IDE. We expose participants to various development platforms, code integration tools like GitHub and software testing and debugging tools.

Our participants also go through the design thinking process where they learn how to design user friendly applications that solves problems.

 The workshop learning experience is project-based with lectures, collaborative work, and real-world exercises making up the instructional framework.

The #SheHacksAfrica Cohort 7 (September 3-September 28, 2018) ,Cohort 8 (October 1-26, 2018) and Cohort 9  (November 5-30, 2018) Application is currently ongoing and Space is limited.

Application Deadline is August 3oth for Cohort 7 , September 30th  for Cohort 8 and October 30th for Cohort 9.

Unoma Okorafor

Dr. Unoma Okorafor is the founder of WAAW Foundation. She is a passionate social entrepreneur committed to empowering girls in African through STEM focused education.

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