In our Marj and Tariq al-Jadideh centres, 132 students aged 11-12 years are learning coding and robotics through our Foundational STEM curriculum.
In our Geitawi Centre, 19 students aged 12-13 are learning 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.
Through our partnership with McKinsey & Company, their consultants are volunteering on an ongoing basis to mentor our students aged 14-15.
20 youth with a shared passion for sports joined forces for a three-week digital skills and sports entrepreneurship bootcamp.
Kahaleh – where it all began. In 2017, a student at this shelter 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 participated in a 3-month Coding & Robotics programme in Anjar. This project was in partnership with UNHCR, IRC and Sonbola.
You can contribute to CodeBrave’s work by donating to CodeBrave Foundation, a registered charity in England and Wales, no. 1188692.