On the 31st of October, 2019, Techher commenced an ambitious tour to train 700 selected students from 10 schools across 4 of the 6 area councils in Abuja.
Oluwatoyin Yetunde Sanni is a Nigerian software developer, engineer and blogger with a passion to leverage technology to tackle challenges in Nigeria and the rest of the world.
Even on an impressive list of women doing ground-breaking work in the areas of science, technology and innovation for development and change in East Africa, Dr. Dorothy Okello’s name and achievements still stand out.
In partnership with HeirWoman, TechHer hosted a self-defence class for women and girls which held at Jabi Lake Park on the 23rd of November, 2019.
The third edition of Coffee and Circumvention was our liveliest one yet! Maybe it had something to do with the fact that we actually had coffee this time? I dunno, but it was such incredible fun!
Aisha Bello is a systems engineer, tech enthusiast and self-proclaimed ‘pythonista’ with a passion to help other girls utilize the immense, unexploited opportunities in Technology.
In 2010, Dr. Nneka Mobisson’s lost her father following complications from a massive stroke. That personal tragedy opened her eyes to the huge gap in Africa’s healthcare support system and a few years later, she left her job as an Executive Doctor for Africa at the Institute for Healthcare to launch mDoc Healthcare, a revolutionary digital health social enterprise.
Damilola Solesi is the founder, CEO and creative director of SMIDS, Nigeria’s foremost animation studio.
The second edition of Coffee & Circumvention held at the Aiivon Hub, Wuse 2, Abuja and had 22 people in attendance. TechHer hosted the meeting with support from ACSIS Nigeria.