In our quest to broaden young minds by giving the applied technical skills over the years, one thing has become apparent to AkiraChix. We need to embed the seeds of encouragement from a very young age. This is why we begun running a kids camp targeting children between the ages of 7- 13, exposing them to different facets of technology and sparking creativity and curiosity through arts sessions, at a subsidised cost per student.


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December 2015 AkiraChix Kids Tech and Arts Camp

This December Holiday, AkiraChix will host our Third Tech and Arts Camp. Dates: 7th – 11th December 2015 Venue: AkiraChix Space, Ground Floor Bishop Magua Center, George Padmore Lane, Off Ngong Road Time: 9:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m, [...]

Changing communities, one woman at a time!

We would like to thank the the President of Kenya,President of the United States and the organizers of the Global Entrepreneurship Summit for giving us the platform to share the AkiraChix story. That moment on [...]

Kids Tech & Arts Camp

In our quest to broaden young minds by giving the applied technical skills over the years, one thing has become apparent to AkiraChix. We need to embed the seeds of encouragement from a very young [...]

Kids Outreach- St. Georges Primary School

In our quest to broaden young minds by giving the applied technical skills over the years, one thing has become apparent to AkiraChix. We need to embed the seeds of encouragement from a very young [...]

We’re done with our Kids Camp

We wrapped up our very first Kids Tech and Art Camp last Friday. Apart from rediscovering the inner child in most of us(when was the last time you sang to “Head, Shoulders, Knees and toes”), [...]

Kids Tech & Arts Camp commences

Monday 7th April 7:30am at the junction shopping mall parking lot, a Kenya Bus Service is slowly filling up with young children between the ages of 7 and 13. As is expected very few conversations [...]