H. E. Uhuru Kenyatta, the President of Kenya visits AkiraChix! March 20th 2015
AkiraChix runs a technical training program that targets young women from poor social and economic backgrounds in Nairobi. Read More
In Kenya, career paths are chosen in high school. High school students select subjects that determine which career…Read More
AkiraChix organises networking events with the aim of connecting the already small percentage of women in the technology…Read More
AkiraChix has recently begun running a kids camp targeting children between the age of 7 and 13. The goal… Read More
BAN KI-MOON, ON HIS VISIT TO AKIRACHIX 31 OCTOBER 2014
Nurturing generations of women who use tech to develop innovations and solutions for Africa.
Provide training, mentorship and outreach programs to increase the number of skilled women in technology and positively impact the community.
(Guest Blog post by Judy Alice King’ori, 2016 Mentor)
Akirachix held a mentorship pairing exercise, dubbed “speed mentoring” on 9th April, 2015.
We are excited for the start of our 2016 mentorship program! #Repost @angelaoduor with @repostapp. […]
In less than 10 days, AkiraChix will be hosting it’s fourth annual Geek Girl Festival, on Saturday 23rd April 2016. Are you excited? WE ARE!
We’re switching things up completely. While we’ve traditionally created a mix […]
Last week, we kicked off our April 2016 Kids Tech and Arts Camp with a bunch of eager students and volunteers. During the morning sessions, lead Trainer Sharon Wangari taught the students how to develop […]