The 'Hour of Code,' according to a statement from the bank, was aimed at deepening awareness of CSE among children and the youth.
It comprises free sessions on the building blocks of computer codes writing, open to registered attendees between the ages of 6 and 16. The programme had three blocks of one-hour sessions with over 50 participants per session and was essentially, a one-hour introduction to computer science; designed to demystify "computer codes."
The partnership with Audax, according to the bank, was informed by the belief that teaching children programming skills was essential to developing their problem solving, creative and communication skills, helping to foster an interest in technology that can result in profitable and rewarding careers.
The Business Development Manager of Audax, Mr.
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