The Clicking Generation is a Proprietary Limited Company that offers ICT education services and computer training for kids and teens. The business intends to offer relevant computing subject areas to educate the youngsters. The areas will include computer basics, networking concepts, programming and software development. This will be achieved by using age appropriate methods that will enable exploration.

Business Objectives

The objectives of the business are:
• To promote kids and teens awareness of global technologies
• To provide the knowledge relevant to computing subjects
• To develop overall computer literacy among youngsters in Botswana

OWNERSHIP

The Clicking Generation is co-founded by Ms A.K Ditlhogo & Ms T. Moloi. The founders both possess first degrees in Computer Information Systems and currently pursuing Masters of Science Degrees in the same field. Founders have worked as teaching
assistants for the Computer Science Department at the University of Botswana, this offers great outlook in the implementation of the projects. They have been exposed to the Information Technology environment and have knowledge on most of ICT related subjects. Ms. Moloi is a BOTA accredited ICT trainer.

 

Agang K. Ditlhogo

Agang K. Ditlhogo

Co-Founder

Agang is a social entrepreneur since 2013, and earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Information Systems from the University of Botswana. Passionate about education, Agang is the co-founder of The Clicking Generation-ICT academy for kids and teens, a start-up initiative that offers computing and technology curriculum to under privileged kids and teens in both urban and rural areas. In her roles as national expert for the World Summit Award Organization (WSA) and ITU Young Innovator Competition Ambassador, she part-takes in encouraging Botswana ICT developer community with innovative e-content creation.

Tsaone Gaborone

Tsaone Gaborone

Co-Founder

Mrs Tsaone Gaborone graduated from University of Botswana in 2009 with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Information Systems. Full time she is working as an IT Technician at Okavango Research Institute (UB), in Maun. She has been a mentor for the TEEP foundation for 2016 and 2017. A graduate from YALI online training. She is a member of Femina Association, an NGO which fosters women empowerment and girl child mentorship.