MACI Coding Bootcamp – Raising the future of Tech in Africa

MACI (Mentor an African Child Initiative) is a non-profit organization committed to raising the standard of achievement for kids in low income communities in a bid to complement for unavailable classroom instruction.

In 2018, June 28th – 30th, MACI hosted the second edition of her three-day summer coding bootcamp tagged: “Digital Equity Training II”. The event was a way of making relevant contributions to the lives of children in low-income communities, thereby bringing them closer to the future.

Students were selected from 10 different schools and were hosted at Saint Anne’s RCM, Okeilewo, Ogun State for the course of the 3-day summer coding bootcamp.

Our Team at was part of the facilitators of the event and was well represented by our Founder, Mr. Olarenwaju Ogunkunle and Co-founder, Mrs. Oremodu Olufunmilayo.


More pictures from the event below;

The selected students arrive at the venue with excitement.

A cross-section of the facilitators and student guardians present at the event.

A blend of work, fun and learning session by the Founder of

Students paying undivided attention to the sessions with facilitators standing and sitting around them to attend to their needs

One of the participants executing some program instruction in HTML table

The participants wrote their first program and designed a website

The event was wrapped up with style as the facilitators, guardians and students took pictures.

Comment (1)

  • This is impressive… Technology is leading today and it’s nice to get children involved from an early stage.


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