Mission

Giving science students a window into the world of computer science, and its vast potential for development in this era of technology

Volunteers

Our volunteers include students from Cornell University, MIT, Duke University, Rochester University and Mount-Holyoke. We also have two distinguished professors from Cornell University and Research Scientists from Google.

Upcoming Events

Two-Day Bootcamps in Kumasi & Accra. We will be training 200 students and 20 teachers in Accra and the same in Kumasi.

Welcome to Code Afrique

Code Afrique, initially Ghana Hacks, is a continuing program designed for African high school and University students with interest or bias in the sciences. It is aimed at giving these students a window into the world of computer science, and its vast potential for development. The objective is to change the narrow mentality that medical school and other well-known scientific professions are the only options for science students who graduate from high school. The program also serves as an avenue for these high school students to network with students from the continent pursuing higher education and careers in Computer Science.

$34K+

Total Donation

450+

Students

40+

Schools

Our Programs

Check out some of our past and upcoming events

Our Strategy

In order to reach our target of increasing the availability of computer science skills in the country, we employ the following strategy.

Bootcamps & Hackathons

We organize bootcamps in different cities every year where we bring together many students and instructors to learn some basic programming skills.

Mentorship

We select mentors from distinguised companies and top educational institutions to serve as role-models for students interested in pursuing Computer Science at a higher level.

Resources & Connections

We provide resources to help students in studying further concepts in Computer Science and finding opportunities to study Computer Science.

Testimonials from our Participants, Donors & Mentors

Here is what some of our pariticipants, donors, mentors and instructors had to say.