Kids That Code partners with Chess in Slums Africa to teach coding to kids

This partnership will see these youngsters rehabilitated by Chess In Slums Africa, equipped with the tools, mentorship, and vital skills required to conquer the world.

Kids That Code partners with Chess in Slums Africa to teach coding to kids

Kids That Code (KTC) has partnered with Chess In Slums Africa to help rehabilitated teenagers find life-changing opportunities by unlocking their innate potentials through coding skills.

KTC is an initiative aimed at empowering kids for the future by encouraging them to code early and Chess in Slums Africa is a non-profit organisation that's focused on unlocking the potential in every child using Chess educational resources and mentorship.

Since its inception in 2018, Kids That Code has impacted over 2,000 children, creating a safe community where kids and teenagers interested in learning, building, and sharing tech knowledge can thrive.

This partnership will see these youngsters rehabilitated by Chess In Slums Africa, equipped with the tools, mentorship, and vital skills required to conquer the world.

This partnership, which will begin with a 5-week intensive coding camp, is made possible by donations from sponsors such as GetEquity and Venture Garden Group (VGG).

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