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Bringing underserved women and girls online in Nigeria
This project is made possible through our partnership with She Code Africa, an organization that empowers young girls and women across Africa with technical and soft skills needed to match or scale their careers in STEM. They provide an inclusive online & offline community for girls and women to inspire, learn and educate one another.
Inspired by a mission to bring more girls and women in Africa into technology, our team formed a partnership with the community. SheCodeAfrica provides skills trainings like software development and coding design for underprivileged students. We on our side provide them with laptops and Internet connectivity. All this is so that students can continue their education and work even after they graduate from the training course.
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Severian (19 y.o.)
Severian, a first-year student, is a civil engineer working on a Mars rover, and he owes his academic success to the Internet.
Gvantsa (18 y.o.)
Gvantsa just got into university as an English language and literature major - all thanks to the Internet!
See for yourself how their lives are changing!
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