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Our Core Projects
We work with Grade 6-8 students at disadvantaged schools and shelters and help them prepare for the 21st century over a minimum of 2 years. All students start with CodeBrave’s Foundational and Intermediate Curriculum with selected students progressing to our Step Out Curriculum.
Students graduate with robust tech skills and the ability to self-educate throughout their adult life. They receive access to a library of self-teaching tools and a CodeBrave mentor as well as soft skill training to support them on their professional journey.
- Current Projects
- Past Projects
We teach at Tahaddi, a non formal education centre in Beirut, around 50 students aged 11-14 our Junior Coder course twice per week.
We started at Dar El Awlad teaching 50 kids coping mechanisms to take care of their physical and mental health in October 2021.
In our Beirut centre, 431 students aged 11-14 years are learning coding and robotics through our Foundational STEM curriculum.
In our Marj centre, 141 students aged 11-14 years are learning coding and robotics through our Foundational STEM curriculum.
In our Rmeil Centre, 19 students aged 12-13 learned coding and robotics through our Foundational STEM curriculum.
In Autumn 2020, the first cohort of 20 students aged 14-15 completed CodeBrave’s Digital Skills and Entrepreneurship course remotely via donated iPads at the Malala-KFAS School in Saadnayal.
Through our partnership with McKinsey & Company, their consultants are volunteering on an ongoing basis to mentor our students aged 14-15.
In collaboration with Game NGO, 20 youth with a passion for sports joined the “Rewire the Streets” digital skills & sports bootcamp.
Kahaleh – where it all began. In 2017, a student at this shelter asked if he could learn how to code, and the next year CodeBrave was born.
During the Digital Entrepreneurs Project in Saadnayal’s Malala-KFAS school, 20 girls aged 14-15 completed CodeBrave’s Digital Skills and Entrepreneurship course.
20 students aged 7-18, attending the Sonbola School in Anjar, joined our 3-month Coding & Robotics programme to learn the basics of coding.
You can contribute to CodeBrave’s work by donating to CodeBrave Foundation, a registered charity in England and Wales, no. 1188692.
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