Regina Agyare didn't initially include boys in her computer coding class. But after one male student expressed his discontent at seeing "girls being empowered," she spotted an opportunity.
Agyare -- the brainpower behind Tech Needs Girls, an initiative launched by her software development company, Soronko Solutions -- runs a weekly class teaching tech skills to students above a mosque in Accra, Ghana. In a slum area of the city where many girls marry young and are denied an education,...
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