How we do it.

We have Regional Managers in the North, South, East and West Africa, and the Middle East. For each of the country in these regions, we have country managers, who manage curators. Curators organize training program for the Kids in these regions.

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Recent Events.

Visit to Cedar Hills Primary School

Visit to Cedar Hills Primary School

16 May 2019
For the Second time, we visited Cedar Hills Primary School Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. We first visited the school in 2017 to sensitize the pupils about technology and careers in technology. Again in 2019, we visited the school again this time to further expose and introduce the pupils of school into the world of computing. We had sessions with the pupils of Nursery 2 to Primary 4 . In all we trained 54 students and we would be working with the school in starting a coding club that can further help the students learn about the world of computing.
Technovation 2019

Technovation 2019

16 Feb 2019
A team of five girls, with the Team Name, "Team Believe" are being mentored by us for the Technovation Challenge 2019. Technovation challenge brings girls together in teams globally in order to recognize and subsequently solve a problem in their communities using technology. The program is designed to help young girls learn about entrepreneurship and technology. The team of five girls came up with a solution named "BCReg" which is a mobile application designed to help solve the problem of birth registration in Nigeria.
Web Clinic

Web Clinic

17 Dec 2018
The first edition of our "Web Clinic" held from the 17th December to 22nd December 2018. The boot camp was designed to get our students started on a beginner course on web design. The curriculum of the boot camp covered HTML5 and css3 and at the end of the boot camp our students had learnt to build their own functional websites. This is one our many efforts to ensure that young Africans are empowered with 21st century relevant digital skills.
2018 I.C.T. Summer camp for 400 girls

2018 I.C.T. Summer camp for 400 girls

18 Aug 2018
While the 2017 "Girl Child I.C.T empowerment Initiative" trained a 100 girls, the 2018 version of the project trained 400 girls. The project is organized annually in partnership with the office of the first lady of Ondo State to help empower young girls with digital and technological skills. During the 2018 summer boot camp we helped the students acquaint themselves with working with the computer, understanding the computer components, their individual functions and how they work together, we also trained the girls on the effective use of office productivity tools, such as power point, excel and Microsoft word. Also the girls were introduced to elementary computer programming, problem solving and game design with Kodu game Lab and Scratch Programming. The camp was a great success with a lot positive impact on the girls.
Hour of Code 2017

Hour of Code 2017

4 Dec 2017
"Hour of Code " is global initiative created to sensitize kids, teenagers and young adults about technology, digital literacy and computer programming. It is usually a week long project with events organized globally to commemorate the computer science education week. For the 2017 edition of "Hour of Code", we partnered with "KidsnTech" and Microsoft Nigeria, to train 800 students in 8 schools in Akure Ondo State, Nigeria. The events started with the team touring round the participating schools on Monday 4th of December 2017, the training session started on the following day. Each day we visited two schools and trained the students using scratch and Minecraft. The project was a great success and a good experience for the team.
VISIT TO L.A PRIMARY SCHOOL IGBEKEBO

VISIT TO L.A PRIMARY SCHOOL IGBEKEBO

19 Jun 2017
The visit to L.A Primary schools was an interesting one. Working with the schools and students in this area was a very exciting experience for us as an organization. Almost all the kids in this area have not worked with a computer before hence the kids were very excited and the schools were very receptive. Using the SeedDEV Learning application the kids were introduced to elementary computer programming and to basic computer appreciation. We would continually work with the school to help this kids learn and grow.
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Milestones.

The Pilot Project was in late 2015 where we trained 200 kids in Akure, Ondo State Nigeria, fast forward to 2018, we have trained over 7200 young Africans including an annual summer camp (every third quarter) for girls where we train over 400 individuals.
We are more determined now than ever to reach our next milestone of a million African Kids in the next year. With you on our side, reaching a million kids is possible.

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