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International Model

International Model

Ghana is considered a developing country, which the World Bank defines as including low income (~$1,005 per capita) and lower-middle income (between $1,006 and $3,955) countries.

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Domestic Model

Domestic Model

Wyoming County, West Virginia. The median income for a household in the county is $23,932. The per capita income for the county is $14,220. About 20.20% of families are below the poverty level including 36.90% of those under age 18 and 13.50% of those age 65 or over. Recent coal miner layoffs in W.Va.

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Target Market

Target Market

Developing nations and under-reached regions in developed countries.

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All About

Welcome to Coders Who
Travel Inc.

Message from the President

I am so excited that you are engaging and showing interest in either participating in our events and/or donating to us. Coders Who Travel Inc. was established to provide financial and operational covering for experts in advance countries to travel to developing countries to inspire and advance the careers of computer and mathematical programmers. In late 2015, I launched the first West African network, Women Who Code-Accra, of the global nonprofit organization: Women Who Code Inc. Through that experience, I realized that there was no funding available as well as a supporting team that catered to the needs of Accra with the organization. While visiting an Attorney, he advised me to start my own organization that would focus on that gap. I chose to call the new organization Coders Who Trave...

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Afia Owusu Forfie (Founder/Executive Director, Coders Who Travel)

About Us

I chose to call the new organization Coders Who Travel Inc. because while Statistics Without Borders, the pro bono arm of the American Statistical Association helped me recruit four women - Samantha, Anna, Awa and Loren – who supported me in drafting my budget, developing introductory lectures, setting monitoring and evaluation metrics and planning program content, I eventually was the only who traveled to the women in Accra, Ghana. It cost me nearly 10,000 USD to launch the network in the sub-Saharan region. During the launch, I executed seven events: Hackathon, Seminar, Panel Discussions, Excel In Your Career Workshop, Lightning Talks, Networking Night and SAS Studio Demo. The initial event attendees were later promoted to become Co-Directors, Leads and Evangelists of the new network 6 months down the road...

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Upcoming Events

Veterans Can Code

  • August 15, 2022 |
  • Maryland, USA

Join Coders Who Travel in collaboration with Deloitte on August 15, 2022 as we teach Veterans how to code and the importance of coding...

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2023 CWT Summit

  • March 15, 2023 |
  • Maryland, USA

The Coders Who Travel conference summit comes on March 15, 2023. Register now to book your seat to avoid rush...

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Why Join Us?

We are a non-profit organization seeking to train 65% of women and 35% of men in programming at little or no cost. We have experts developers ready to train our members.

It is like a LinkedIn just for computer/mathematical programmers

Inspired by a coal miner’s article that one of our initial directors – Maria- shared about a program that targets individuals who used to learn a living in the coal industry to re-train them as software engineers. We hope we can have outreach program into the field engineering through such efforts.

Our bi-annual conference where we connect and empathize with current needs of our members

An information session to debrief our key people running the organization over a good meal.

We interview for various roles within our organization during this event

For highly motivated people who want to create permanent technology support groups modeled after our collective experience

This event endeavors to immediately capture feedback either in person or via Skype following an event such as w.Coders. This complements the survey or questionnaires we distribute at our events

A women-focused series of events on the weekend to spark a technology movement for a mix of profession women, female students and those in between. This provides target support to a group of women

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