Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE

The 2018 Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE

iamtheCODE is the first African-led global movement to mobilize government, private sector, philanthropic organizations, and foundations to advance STEAMED (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics,
Entrepreneurship and Design) Education.

By 2030, the iamtheCODE movement will ensure that 1 Million women and girls have equal access to affordable and quality technical, vocational and tertiary education, including university.  By doing so, women and girls stand a better chance at obtaining equal opportunities in the job market. They are creating a generation of female digital leaders, in Africa especially.

About Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE

The Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE is organized by Hive Colab, an organization that seeks to significantly contribute to the rise and growth of new technologies in Uganda by building local tech capacity.

The Policy Think-A-Thon in collaboration with iamtheCODE will gather together local women software developers, technologist, coder, entrepreneurs and other multi-stakeholders to use the power of technology, to promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. Their goal is to drive sustainable development for marginalized women and girls in society.

The hackathon will be facilitated by Marieme Jamme, a Tech Activist and co-founder of Hive Colab who will also happen to be the judge.

Event Date and Location

The Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE will be held at Hive Colab which is located along Kanjokya Road on the 4th floor of Kanjokya House, Kampala and will run from 2:00 pm (EAT) on November 2nd, 2017.

Entrance is absolutely FREE to all.

How to Attend

Interested? Follow the link below to register for a spot at the Policy Think-A-Thon with iamtheCODE.

Click Here

For more information, email them at events@hivecolab.com or visit their website at www.hivecolab.com


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