The outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has caused many educational institutions to close temporarily and rely on distance learning.
At iamtheCODE, the safety of our students is paramount. As a measure of precaution, all activities have been suspended until further notice.
Thank you for your cooperation. Stay Safe!
Olivia Bruce: Londonteam@iamthecode.org
What is iamtheCODE?
iamtheCODE is the first African-led global movement to mobilize governments, the private sector, philanthropic foundations, investors and civil society to advance STEAMED (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Entrepreneurship and Design) education. Its goal is to mobilize these groups to invest in future technologies that can drive sustainable development for women and girls in marginalized communities. We aim to enable 1 million young women and girls’ coders by 2030.
iamtheCODE empowers even the most marginalized individuals to discover their identities––their own fingerprints––through engaging with STEM & the more expansive STEAMED subjects. Our aim is to equip people to understand and participate in the digital world by writing their own code.
Our mission is to build a generation of 1 million women and girls coders by 2030. Through technology and digital literacy training, we are tackling the current global STEAMED Skills shortage in marginalised communities.
iamtheCODE and the Sustainable Development Goals
As outlined in Goal 17, Partnerships for the Goals, urgent action is needed to mobilize, redirect and unlock the transformative power of trillions of dollars of private resources to deliver on sustainable development objectives.
iamtheCODE is the first organization to be recognized by the World Economic Forum, UBS, Microsoft, The UN High Level Economic Empowerment, and UN Women for its methodology around the SDGs and STEAMED Education. We’re working with governments all over the word to ensure that by 2030, more girls and boys have access to free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education, leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.