Africa, programming, Software, Technology, Women, Youth
The 6th edition of the She Hacks Africa program recently came to an end with 35 young people being equipped with web development, tech entrepreneurship and leadership skills. The program is an intensive 4 weeks coding boot camp, and in-person training workshop, where African youths learn software programming and then, practice what they have learned in project-based exercises that aim to simulate the every-day work environment and build their self-confidence as community change makers and technology innovators and entrepreneurs. The initiative began in January 2017 and has grown significantly.  It has stayed true to its major goal of building African entrepreneurs who will create solutions to the continent’s burning problems using technology. Since inception, the program has trained over 100 young people and has produced passionate tech entrepreneurs and leaders.…
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