Social Impact Projects
SOS Ghana Collaboration

Coding for kids, also known as C4K, is a project being organised by AmaliTech and SOS Children’s Villages, Ghana. The project is tailored purposely to train young children between the ages of 9 and 14 years to code with passion and skills that can only come from continuous learning and the right coaching.

Coding for Kids

Since we rolled out the Coding for Kids project at the various branches of SOS Herman Gmeiner Schools across the country, the kids have made tremendous progress by putting their creativity to work in creating games and websites for their schools.

With AmaliTech’s desire to empower the next generation of technology leaders in Sub-Saharan Africa, collaborating with SOS CV Ghana is a step in the right direction.

Programming involves critical thinking and creativity that help solve real-life problems. Hermann Gmeiner School, Asiakwa, is privileged to be on board the Coding for Kids (C4K) programme rolled out in our schools, in partnership with AmaliTech. Through this programme, students enthusiastically explore the field of programming as they build simple game applications. The joy and sense of happiness the kids get as a result of being able to create such simple computer games is beyond imagination. Such enthusiasm is what the kids need in becoming world- class programmers.

Francis Senyo Addey

(SOS ICT Teacher, Eastern Region)

Programming involves critical thinking and creativity that help solve real-life problems. Hermann Gmeiner School, Asiakwa, is privileged to be on board the Coding for Kids (C4K) programme rolled out in our schools, in partnership with AmaliTech. Through this programme, students enthusiastically explore the field of programming as they build simple game applications. The joy and sense of happiness the kids get as a result of being able to create such simple computer games is beyond imagination. Such enthusiasm is what the kids need in becoming world- class programmers.

Francis Senyo Addey

(SOS ICT Teacher, Eastern Region)
Women Code Ghana Bootcamp
Closing Gender Gap in IT

One of AmaliTech’s goals is to close the gender gap in IT. To take a step in the right direction, we organized a free, 3-days coding bootcamp to stir up the interest of women in the STEM field, and to misspell misconceptions about the difficulties of the STEM field. 

The Women Code Ghana bootcamp gave the participants – young women from the tertiary level as well as tertiary graduates from the various regions of the country – the opportunity to acquire basic yet relevant digital skills and gave them a push to subsequently join the tech industry.

 The women were also oriented on building and maintaining a career in the tech industry, and the importance of tech literacy in all industries and facets of life. The bootcamp took place end of November 2021 at the AmaliTech Training Centre in Takoradi.

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Closing Gender Gap in IT

One of AmaliTech’s goals is to close the gender gap in IT. To take a step in the right direction, we organized a free, 3-days coding Bootcamp to stir up the interest of women in the STEM field, and to misspell misconceptions about the difficulties of the STEM field. 

The Women Code Ghana Boot camp gave the participants – young women from the tertiary level as well as tertiary graduates from the various regions of the country – the opportunity to acquire basic yet relevant digital skills and gave them a push to subsequently join the tech industry.

 The women were also oriented on building and maintaining a career in the tech industry, and the importance of tech literacy in all industries and facets of life. The Bootcamp took place end of November 2021 at the AmaliTech Training Centre in Takoradi.

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