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Meet Naomi

Entrepreneur, #1 Best-Selling author, mom and motivational speaker

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Neomi Rhyne


 There are currently over a billion kids in the world and there are thousands of computer science resources. However, the problem is many of these kids are confused about where to start learning to code and it ends up seeming too hard, all over the place, and definitely not fun. Yes, One Billion Kids Can Code is the thing in the middle of the billions of kids and thousands of coding resources. We are doing the job of making coding fun, easy, and streamlined through board games, curriculums, apps, and more so that they can get started on their journey into computer science in a fun way because learning is a lot easier when it’s fun. We know that not every student will choose to become a professional coder when they grow but I believe a coding understanding will set up for success, make you better thinkers, and a better problem solver for whatever you choose to do in your life.


One billion is a huge number. How are you going to teach a billion kids to code AND make it fun?

Educational Tools

Board Games



The most comprehensive coding board game ever that simplifies complex coding concepts and teaches them in a fun farmyard adventure.



The only board game in the world that teaches the concepts and simplifies the intricacies of artificial intelligence



A board game that teaches about coding and AI as well as about Mars, Mars facts, locations, and so much more

We are now donating in masses to those in need. Nominate someone/an organization that deserves it HERE.


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The goal of these FREE curriculums is to provide a more structured way to learn to code and AI along with the board games themselves. It also provides teachers with little or no experience or exposure to coding and AI a better opportunity to integrate these games into their classrooms. It teaches everything that the board game does, but with more supplemental activities, examples, definitions, and ways to play the game.


At the moment, the internet is full of coding resources, and a lot of these are quite hard to grasp for the average young person. In the search for coding resources, the user gets bored and ends up in this loop of finding resources and the motivation being lost in the process. The goal with the Yes, One Billion Kids Can Code app is to create a one-stop-shop where people can learn all about computer science, by putting together clear and structured curriculums. With my app (which is currently a work-in-progress), I believe my goal of reaching a billion kids will be greatly accelerated as 67% of the world’s population has access to a phone.


Educational Events

We’ve been holding and training others to hold coding workshops and hackathons with our education tools at places like libraries, schools, and corporations worldwide. Our founder, Samaira, has also spoken at places like the Mobile World Conference with Arm as a GenZ ambassador in 2019 which was attended by over 107K people, C2 Montreal which was attended by 10K+ people, as well as corporations like Google, Walmart, Intel, IBM, and Microsoft. In addition, we also partner with big corporations like Facebook and SAP to donate our educational tools to schools, libraries, and communities in need. In total, we have held over 700 workshops, hackathons, and events using our coding ecosystem and have taught 25,000+ students how to code.

Chapters & Clubs

The Yes, One Billion Kids Can Code team is currently working on creating a program that YOU can use to create your own Yes, One Billion Kids Can Code clubs. By building chapters all across the world, you can take our educational tools to your own local communities and help spread the love of coding.

Stay tuned - coming soon!

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