Our key goal is bringing tech to towns and villages, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to benefit from what information, communication and technologies are offering regardless of where they live. Living in major cities is attractive, but also living in towns should not be the reason why opportunities are unreachable. Hence, why we… Continue reading Technovation Girls Challenge
In partnership with Nubianette Consulting, we are organising a five (5) day intensive leadership, entrepreneurship and coding bootcamp for 15 young women (age 18 and above) drawn from applications received across Nigeria. Apply Now to get selected!
This Camp has ended. You can read their stories here and look at photos taken throughout the camp at the bottom of the page. We ran an exciting and innovative programme this last summer from August from 14th – 25th 2019! There were two options for the wards, either the day camp or in-house residential… Continue reading Our First Coding Summer Camp has ended (Aug 2019, Age 13 – 18)
It is not news that Lagos is a thriving tech town with so many activities buzzing from one end to the other, a lot of tech hubs have sprung up and co-work spaces to support people in Tech is the new best thing. However, what happens to the people who live in other towns and… Continue reading On building a tech ecosystem in rural towns through hubs
Brief Introduction About Us:Uwani Hub is located inside GeoBajas Hotel and we are set to introduce digital skills freely to women and young people in Ijebu-Imusin and environs. We are running one month workshops from June to November 2019 and we will be hosting one day trainings from time to time. We also plan to… Continue reading Join us on Slack or Follow our Social Media Handles
We recently got nominated for the Equals Digital Skills Fund in the first quarter of year 2019. To say we were excited and grateful to whoever nominated us for this grant would be an understatement. Not forgetting to be thankful to the Web Foundation team for selecting us to be part of this program. Needless… Continue reading Yaay, we are taking part in the Equals commitment
Recently i sat an a EdTech panel at the African Women in Technology 2019 conference, and i was amazed to see participants come from all over the country, as well as far Katsina. It felt liberating being given the opportunity to share, learn and make an impact. Before the conference, i was asked some questions… Continue reading The future of Edtech in Africa – What I See It Become
You have probably heard a lot about digital skills – seems everyone is talking about it these days. It has become something every individual is expected to possess. While different academicians and professionals have given different meanings of what they believe it means to be digitally skilled, our best definition of what this means is… Continue reading What does it mean to be digitally skilled?
We are excited to launch and open our Hub to young girls and women in the neighbourhood. It seems like yesterday we were planning, but today we are set to accommodate and inspire. Our hub is open from 9.30am – 5.00pm every weekday. To use our hub as your workspace or to register for our… Continue reading We Are Now Open