Annual 2024 Hackathon - Zambia
Our Impacts


Hackathons Hosted

Women Supported

Jobs Placement

Internship placements

Projects emerged from hackathons

Startups emerged from hackathons


About Hacklab FoundationThe Hacklab Foundation is an international nonprofit organization headquartered in Ghana with focus on preparing the youth for future digital jobs through technology education and skills development. We achieve this through boot camps, hackathons, mentorship and coaching, internships, digital skills training and job placement. Our footprints currently span across Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and India.
Our PartnersOur Proud sponsors and partners for Hacklab's Initiatives
Stanbic Bank
Vodafone Ghana
Dream Oval
IBM Cloud
Certified Ghana
93 Studio
Design Thinking
Ghana Techlab
Global Shapers
Honode Hub
Reset Global

Our Initiatives

Our Proud sponsors and partners for Hacklab's Initiatives

Annual HackathonGhana's annual Hacklab Hackathon unites 1000+ tech stakeholders to tackle Global South issues and foster innovation.
Hacklab JuniorHacklab Junior fosters creativity and innovation in children (ages 7-17) through engineering and coding programs, preparing them for future careers.
My IT Career RoadshowMany college students primarily engage in classroom activities, often lacking information about post-graduation career paths and preparation.
Hacklab ConnectHacklab Connect is our online community platform which provides an interactive experience amongst our community members, partners, recruiters and stakeholders
Hacklab Developer Census ReportThe Developer Census Report is a report to inform key stakeholders on the developer landscape / demographics of each country under our geographical focus.
Hacklab ResearchThe foundation's research division explores and publishes findings on technology education, digital skills, tech for good, and related subjects.
Hacklab Women Annual GatheringHacklab Women Annual Gathering unites 300+ STEM women for 3 days of talks, workshops, and a women-only hackathon addressing environmental issues.
Review from Participants
Kwame AsanteAccra, Ghana
The hackathon in Accra was a transformative experience for me. It not only broadened my horizons but also gave me the chance to collaborate with some of the brightest minds in the tech industry. The knowledge and connections I gained have had a lasting impact on my career.
Chika OkonkwoLagos, Nigeria
The Lagos hackathon was an eye-opener. It provided me with a platform to showcase my talents and learn from experienced professionals. The event's impact on my career has been tremendous, and I continue to draw inspiration from it.
Ngozi EzeAbuja, Nigeria
Abuja's hackathon was an empowering experience. It allowed me to make a meaningful impact through technology. The event's emphasis on community building and problem-solving has inspired me to use my skills to address local challenges.
Kwesi MensahKumasi, Ghana
The Kumasi hackathon was a fantastic opportunity to learn and grow. It introduced me to innovative solutions and provided a supportive environment for networking. I'm grateful for the doors it has opened in my career.
Amina SuleimanLagos, Nigeria
Lagos' hackathon was a pivotal moment in my tech journey. It fostered collaboration and problem-solving skills. The event's mentors guided me, and the knowledge I gained continues to drive my passion for technology.
Yaw BoatengAccra, Ghana
Accra's hackathon was a revelation. It connected me with industry leaders and introduced me to cutting-edge technologies. The event's impact on my career trajectory cannot be overstated.
Ifeoma OkonkwoAbuja, Nigeria
The hackathon in Abuja was a transformative experience. It encouraged me to think innovatively and provided a platform to address real-world challenges. I'm grateful for the knowledge and network it provided.
Emeka NwosuLagos, Nigeria
Lagos' hackathon was a career-defining experience for me. It fueled my passion for technology and connected me with lifelong mentors. I can't thank the organizers enough for this opportunity.