2018 STEM Summer Camp for Teenage Girls

The theme for the 2018 summer camp was “Solar Power for Nigeria” and it exposed students to the diverse solar power options available in Nigeria, while helping them harness this potential for economic growth and development. The students were taught the science behind solar power and built demo projects to generate electricity using solar energy. […]

2018 Summer Coding Boot Camp in Enugu

The Visiola Foundation’s Coding Boot Camp is an intensive training program that provides participants with a strong foundation upon which to build their careers as computer programmers and tech entrepreneurs. The 2018 Summer Coding Boot Camp took place in Enugu on July 16 – August 4, 2018. During the camp, students learnt Full Stack Web […]

End-of-Year After-School STEM Clubs Competition at 10:00 a.m. on June 13, 2018

The end-of-year After-School STEM Clubs for Girls (ASCG) Competition will take place at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. The ASCG is running effectively in 15 Government Secondary Schools across the FCT and is working with about 530 students. Through our curriculum, we have taught the students Robotics and Mobile application development using MIT […]

The Visiola Foundation Holds STEM Fall Camp in Accra

The Accra Holiday STEM Camp for teenage girls was a 5-day non-residential event that introduced students to broad principles of computer programming, mobile app development, and robotics. The camp was held at McCarthy Hill School from December 11 -15, 2017. The camp focused on the use and applications of robotics in real life scenarios and […]

Girls learn to code at The Visiola Foundation 2017 Enugu Coding Workshop

The Coding Workshop in Enugu was held from October 19 – 25, 2017 at Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, and coincided with Africa Code Week 2017. The camp was designed to provide girls in the south Eastern parts of Nigeria technology skills which are necessary in the 21st Century. The camp was a 6-day program aimed […]