WAAW Foundation 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...

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...

I (Alo Kingsley) have been exposed to pretty much everything on the tech world besides coding as I have had an affinity for it starting from my gaming days. As time went on, I found myself having a stronger affiliation with the disruptive impacts...

I am Maryfaith Mgbede Ugochi , a graduate of Biochemistry from the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. I am an alumnus of the WAAW Foundation STEM outreach program at the University of Benin, Benin-City, Edo State, Nigeria and also a Software Developer at...

One of the hallmarks of the 21st century is the degree of advancement of technology. Technology has been integrated into almost every sector from automobiles to the smart home. Basic knowledge of technology will soon be required to work in any field. All these...

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...

Stephanie Akinwoya is an alumnus of the WAAW foundation teacher training program. She is a physics teacher presently at Iju senior grammar school, Lagos who is totally committed to students success inside the classroom and in life. A graduate of physics from Imo state university...

  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...

In year 2018, Working to Advance STEM Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation, announced her annual scholarships program to students who demonstrate financial need and prove their status as full time students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related course in an African University. The initiative is aimed...