Writing pc code might sound daunting. However throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, kids as younger as three are studying the way to speak to computer systems.
Coding golf equipment are bobbing up throughout Africa to show the area’s future tech leaders the way to do all the things from constructing pc video games, to creating smartphone apps, controlling robots, and working scientific experiments.
This week on Africa Science Focus, we meet Wariara Waireri from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a world pc and digital know-how charity that’s serving to to arrange golf equipment throughout the continent. And, Lagos membership chief Queen Elohoghene Justice-Usum tells us how coding champions are convincing colleges and governments that children ought to be taught the language of computer systems.
This piece was produced by SciDev.Web’s Sub-Saharan Africa English desk.