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April 2, 2019

In recent times, Blockchain has been hugely important for business and the technology is continuously evolving. The next decade is going to be the decade of block chain technology as the normal financial transaction practices will begin to diminish with digital currenc...

December 21, 2018

Hello everyone, 2018 has been  eventful year and would like to keep update you all on what happened throughout the year! 

We had three major events; Let’s Animate, an animation workshop for girls aged 10 to 18, Data That Speaks, a data analytics and Visualization c...

October 29, 2018

August 2018, we successfully hosted yet another summer boot camp, #SheInnovates for thirty secondary school girls age 10 - 18 fully sponsored by Project 30 for 30. All thanks to Mrs. Tolu Owokade who decided to make this her “birthday party”.  Read further on how the i...

May 28, 2017

Everybody say yeah yeah!

Hey, if you missed our post on International Women's Day, please click here.

About five  weeks ago, Google hosted the 2017 International Women’s Day Summit (Lagos) Cohort, in honour of celebrating International Women's Day. The event held at Lago...

March 8, 2017

Yesterday as I ran around the office with the enthusiasm of International Women's day being celebrated the next day (which is today :-)), I couldn't help but ensure it was contagious by telling everyone that would care to listen that it was indeed a day for women tomor...

January 1, 2017

A year in Review: ATG Reflections of 2016

Over the past 12 months, Afro-Tech Girls (African Girls in Science and Technology Initiative) has had the opportunity to celebrate some exciting milestones along the way. Being the 2nd year of [AS1] our inception, we had the opp...

October 1, 2016

Hello Everyone, 

To find out what we up to in 3rd quarter of this year, here the newsletter to keep you updated 

Just click on the image below to access the newsletter 

August 6, 2016

Hi Everyone,

To stay updated with the summary of event happenings in ATG, the Media team has come up with Newsletters that capture highlights, events and features of the organization and makes it available in pdf copies that you can easily share with friends and family...

August 1, 2016

Like you may know, our STEM mentorship program for secondary girls kicked off on June 4th, 2016 with  orientation. We exceeded our target by having total number of 17 girls on the program with a 1x1 mentor pairing bringing the total number of participants to 34.

Th...

July 4, 2015

In June 2015, in conjunction with the Lagos Power Kids Initiative of the Lagos State Electricity Board, Afro-Tech Girls brought 20 girls the opportunity to attend a Renewable Energy (Solar) Bootcamp Day, through an essay competition. The essay competition had the follo...

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