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We support the teaching and learning of IT and Coding to underprivileged young girls.
According to the African academy of sciences, about 45% of the 128 million children of primary school age in Africa are not learning basic literacy and numeracy skills after four years of school
Further studies suggest that, In higher education, only 35% of all students enrolled in STEM-related fields are female.
Only 21% of engineering majors and 19% of computer science majors are women
With About 71.7% of girls opting to study arts subjects and the softer sciences such as biology and geography
Live interview on national television with SISCODE Founder.
Live interview on national radio with SISCODE Founder.
Live interview on Hiradio with SISCODE Founder.
siscode/Gh, has held the maiden edition of a Girl Talk summit led exclusively by women. It was a tech-driven student conference held at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), Legon, Accra on Friday, December 10, 2021.
It had about 40 students nationwide in attendance.
The conference was to equip females pursuing STEM programs with the right mindset to explore careers in Tech and breakthrough challenges associated with pursuing STEM courses.
The faces of pupils at the Adentan Community School are beaming with smiles through the benevolence of the non-governmental organisation, Siscode/Gh.
This was after Siscode stormed the premises of the school to mark the end of the academic year celebration popularly known as ‘Our Day’ with them being the first of its kind.
To climax their joy, the charity organisation also donated computers to the school which they explained are meant to enhance the teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the school.
Campaign video for SISCODE/GH
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