Access to Education
Girls in School (Nduna Girls)
To increase enrolment and retention for girls by lowering barriers to education Indicators:
- Girls are enrolled and retained in education.
- Girls are enrolled in training programmes.
- Mentorship, guidance and counselling programmes implemented.
Nduna Girls and “STEAM”
In April 2017 #YALI2017 Fellows Chenai Tsorayi of #Zimbabwe, who co-runs Nduna Girls, and Eyram Tawia of #Ghana, co-founder of Leti Arts, held a #STEAMAfrica (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) Game Development workshop in Zimbabwe. The workshop exposed 47 youth to ICT careers, emphasized the importance of team work in game creation, and took participants through each stage of the design process, from concept creation to the technical skills needed to bring a game to life. …telling the African story through technology by incorporating African heroes into the world of video games.
Digital skills from the basic to advanced programmes, including robotics.
Nduna Girls and Education
- Tutorials and coaching
- University / Scholarship application
- What to expect
- Career guidance application
- Work readiness
- SRH with focus on the reusable pad