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It remains vital to encourage people to take up maths and science based subjects at a young age, particularly young women, who have traditionally found themselves less likely to take up the offer of a STEM education than their male counterparts.
Female founders of African tech startups are invited to pitch.
It’s tragic, really.
Andela is looking for talented, ambitious women with an interest in tech who are looking to become world class developers.
The Nigerian women in technology train continues to gain momentum, and the Andela institute is the most recent organisation to get on board. This December, the talent accelerator will run an all-female technology bootcamp for young Nigerian women who want to become software developers.