WWE (Women to Women Empowerment) will host female students aged between 16-19 years old, to engage them in ICT Education, Sustainable Development Goals training, Digital Literacy, Rural Development workshops, and most importantly, coding. The training of our participants will be under the tutelage of professional female Mentors. Female students will also have an opportunity to pitch their creative tech-project ideas and/or solutions to obstacles that face their communities, at the closing ceremony of our bootcamp.
Women-to-Women Empowerment


Surrounded by the dunes of the Southern Sahara, WWE (Women-to-Women Empowerment) will host female students aged between 16-19 years old, to engage them in ICT Education, Sustainable Development Goals training, Digital Literacy, Rural Development workshops, and most importantly, coding.

The training of our participants will be under the tutelage of professional female Mentors. Female students will also have an opportunity to pitch their creative tech-project ideas and/or solutions to obstacles that face their communities, at the closing ceremony of the camp. WWE aims to help these young women unleash their tethered potential, develop, and implement meaningful projects that will tackle community challenges.



Equal access to opportunities


Redefine change making using STEM


Celebrate African Women success stories


WWE will directly impact female high school students aged between 16-19 years old.

They will be provided them with a safe environment led by our all-women Team, where they will learn about Information and Communication Technology, Sustainable Development Goals, Digital Literacy and Rural Development, and coding from professional Mentors. WWE will help shape these women into future leaders, entrepreneurs, and business owners. In a sense, they will undergo a well-tailored training that will prepare them for the future through equipping them with a relevant skill-set so they can have the upper hand in the competitive academic pool, and consequently the unceasingly changing job market. Not only will these young women expand their knowledge towards what the world has to offer, but they will also rebuild their idea of what a role model is.


When and Where?

The 3-day Bootcamp will be on the 26th, 27th, 28th of March, 2019. It will take place in Tozeur, Midés.


Who is eligible to apply?

  • High school female students aged between 16-19 years old.
  • Participants should be currently living in the Southern area of Tunisia.
  • Participants should own their own personal computer.
  • Have a passion for technology and/or any STEM field.



The 3-day Bootcamp will be on the 26th, 27th, 28th of March, 2019. It will take place in Touzeur, Midés.





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