#SheHacksAfrica Tag

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...

  Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation was awarded a grant of $21,000 from the Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation for the expansion of the She Hacks Africa Coding Bootcamp program in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria. This grant will be used specifically...

    WAAW foundation is super proud of its accomplishment this year, woohoo! With a dedicated team, passionate board members, supportive partners, unstinted sponsors and donors, WAAW foundation provided various educational opportunities that empowered African girls and youth in 2018. Here is a highlight of our 2018 work: Implemented 6 She Hacks Africa cohorts, (February – November);...

The WAAW Foundation She Hacks Africa coding, leadership and entrepreneurship November bootcamp which aims to build self-confidence in African youths as change agents and technology innovators in their communities while giving them relevant skills to build technology enterprises through an intensive hours of coding and mental...

  The Africa Code Week 2018 started at WAAW foundation on the 8th of October which was initiated by software development group (SAP) as a mission to instill digital literacy and 21st century coding skills to over 600,000 young learners in over 36 nations through the...

  For every member of the team, getting selected among a pool of other applicants into the cohort seven of She Hacks Africa coding bootcamp was fascinating and overwhelming. Little did we know however that the experiences that await us would be way beyond our preparations...