Coffee and Circumvention IV: Defining a Sustained Digital Advocacy for Climate Emergency in Nigeria

The 4th edition of the monthly Coffee & Circumvention (C & C) meet-ups held at the Aiivon Innovation Hub, Abuja on Thursday, January 23rd in collaboration with Clean Technology Hub Innovation Centre (CTH). To put it simply, it was quite a blast. Tackling the theme: Defining a Sustained Digital Advocacy ...
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School Tour

Our School Tour!

On the 31st of October, 2019, TechHer commenced on an ambitious tour to train 700 selected students from 10 schools across 4 of the 6 area councils in Abuja. The tour is in line with two of TechHer’s main pillars which focus on digital literacy and digital security. The main ...
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Oluwatoyin Yetunde Sanni : The Wogrammer.

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. She is the co-founder of Tech-in-Pink, an initiative dedicated to diversifying the tech workforce and making university-aged women successful in programming through ...
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Dr. Dorothy Okello: Breaking the Glass Ceiling.

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. A Ugandan engineer, academic, and activist, Dr. Okello has made it her life’s work to increase ...
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En Garde: TechHer’s Debut Self-defence Class!

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. Both organisations thought it pertinent and urgent even, to teach women practical ways to protect themselves, especially considering the rising cases of violence and harassment ...
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Coffee & Circumvention III: Stop the Trolls!

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! TechHer’s Mya Agu kicked things off with brief introductions and a shout out to ...
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Kehinde Oni

Kehinde Oni: The Queen of Code

Kehinde Oni is a world class full stacker developer and computer programmer with exceptional skill in JavaScript and Ruby on Rails. Her resume includes work with some of the biggest tech companies in the world, including Microsoft and Atlas. She is a graduate of the University of Ilorin with a ...
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Aisha Bello: The Tech Enthusiast

Aisha Bello is a systems engineer, tech enthusiast and acclaimed ‘Pythonista’ with a passion to help other girls utilize the immense, unexploited opportunities in Technology. She is a member of Pyladies, an international mentorship group which focuses on helping more women become active participants in the Python open-source community. She ...
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Dr. Nneka Mobisson: Turning Tragedy to Triumph

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 launched mDoc Healthcare, a revolutionary digital health social enterprise. mDoc is a digital health company ...
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