Thanks for joining us for #CodeWeek Uganda. Congrats to all our Coding Champions 🏆

Take Action

#Become a Champion

Run an Intro Lesson in your neighborhood.

How to run an “1 Hour Website” event

Use this helpful guide to learn about what is the “1-hour website”, and as a starting point for learning how to teach your first class about coding.

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Curriculum: The 1-Hour-Website

Next you will need to download a copy of the “1-hour website” lesson data, and this is all you need to teach offline your first coding class.

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“Coding is the language of the future, and every girl should learn it. As I’ve learned from watching girls grow and learn in our classrooms, coding is fun, collaborative and creative.”

Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code

#Become a Hero

Teachers lead in class. Don’t worry it’s easy.

Teach coding in your class

Guide walking you through all you need to get started with teaching coding offline: Including how to download & copy curriculum to the PCs, print and post posters, invite participants and rock this.

Starter Pack
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Presentation: Why Coding in Schools

Become a change evangelist: Learn more about why coding in schools can help our youth empower the economy in Uganda.

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“Everybody should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.”

– Steve Jobs, co-founded Apple

#Become an Advisor

Be listed as an advisor. Get 10 Schools to participate.

Pitch: Why Teach Code in Classrooms

Guide walking you through all you need to why it’s important to teach coding to students, and how you can easily get started with teaching coding online and offline using the free CodeJIKA curriculum.

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Pitch: School Intro Letter

Use this document to invite a schools in Uganda to participate in the CodeJIKA Coding Program, and start teaching coding in their classrooms.

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“Learning to code makes kids feel empowered, creative, and confident. If we want our young women to retain these traits into adulthood, a great option is to expose them to computer programming in their youth.”

– Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube

#Become a CodeWeek Influencer

Make a difference and support education.
Just follow the simple steps below.


Create a video of yourself or a friend doing a coding challenge (on phone or laptop and post it online. ) Be funny, be silly, be authentic and encouraging. 🙂.


Host a “Live” where you code a specific mini-coding-project with your fans or friends.

For example:


Use a “CodeWeek” Avatar in your Social Profile


Share the CodeWeek flyer and url on Whatsapp to friends in school.

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