Video: CodeBus Africa – Adventures in creative technology

 

In spring 2017, CodeBus Africa brought together African and Finnish innovators in tech and education. CodeBus inspires youth to discover and make use of technology in their lives, and empower especially girls to explore technology’s possibilities for their future. The project reached altogether 1900 youth in 10 countries.

“There is still a lot of work to do. We need more youth, especially girls, among the creators of technology”, says Irena Bakic, CodeBus Africa Project Lead.

Read more: codebusafrica.com

 

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