We travel across Ghana to bring hands-on, interactive technology education to Ghanaian kids and youth. It is our mission to ensure that every child particularly girls are equipped with the right tools for digital making
We organizes teacher training and support for volunteers and educators to run free, extra-curricular coding clubs for children aged 8-18. Clubs can be run from a range of venues, from schools, libraries, to community centers. Kids are free to build and share their ideas, learning along the way. The Code Clubs meet during school extracurricular sessions or after school sessions for an hour per week.
Our projects are easy to follow step-by-step guides which help children learn Scratch, HTML & CSS, Python and processor to build games, animations, mobile apps and websites. The projects gradually introduce coding concepts to allow children to build their knowledge incrementally, meaning there’s also no need for the adult running the session to be a computing expert.
Sign your ward up for our creative computing program designed to introduce children between ages 5 to 12 years to the basics of computer programming. Children will experience literacy in a digital, interactive and super fun way enhancing their creativity.
Register your child for our Saturday Coding School 2019
During summer, we introduces kids between ages 10-18 to Arduino tutorials that bring together craft, electronics, and programming. We walk them through the process of making a series of quirky customizable projects including a sparkling bracelet, a glow in the dark bookmark, a fabric piano, and a monster that sings when you hold its hands.
Play with cutting-edge technologies and learn sewing, programming, and circuit design along the way. This program is a great way to introduce girls to engineering. After they exit the bootcamp, kids will explore the projects with their friends and parents, REGISTER NOW
We became a proud member of the #eskills4girls Africa Network. The G20 #eSkills4Girls initiative aims at tackling the existing gender digital divide in particular in low income and developing countries. The goal is to globally increase the access of women and girls in the digital world and to boost relevant education and employment opportunities.
This platform was initiated by the G20 members together with UNESCO, UN Women, ITU and OECD to collect and disseminate information and knowledge as well as policy recommendations, good practices and flagship projects on gender digital equality.