• INSPIRING AFRICA'S NEXT GENERATION OF TECHNOLOGY INNOVATORS

OUR WORK

Geek Club

Our Geek Clubs are computer schools which inspire the next generation of technology innovators. Our clubs offer computer programming for kids who would otherwise never have the opportunity.

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Teach Club

Our teacher professional development training programme gives educators from previously disadvantaged schools the necessary skills and resources to teach computer science and use computers as a teaching aid.

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Events

Our Festival of Code event is a computer science competition which sees 100 learners from around the country spend 36 hours building anything they imagine, transforming their dreams into reality.

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ABOUT US

Africa Teen Geeks is an African non-profit organisation that provides computer science training in schools and in under served communities. Computer science is NOT taught as standard in African schools. Our computer curriculum focuses on teaching how to use software, but gives no insight into how it’s made.

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Partners

SUCCESS STORIES

children trained at 30 schools
teachers trained
volunteers provide exceptional instruction and mentorship
previously disadvantaged areas provided with computer literacy skills

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TESTIMONIALS

  • "I really like computer science. Next year, I will be going to high school so I hope to see you guys there. My favorite scratch project was the platform game. Thank you for coming to our school."

    Ratesh, Grade 7, Buccleuch Montessori
  • "Thank you for the opportunity to learn coding. Without Africa Teen Geeks I would never have had an opportunity to learn how to code. I now believe that with technology, I can change the world."

    Makhosonke Nkosi, Grade 10, Khayalami Secondary school
  • "My daughter had been struggling at school. Africa Teen Geeks introduced her to computer science and she has been doing great. She was selected to attend Festival of Code which boosted her self-confidence and her outlook on life."

    Carol Smith, Parent