Dojos are typically set up by one lead volunteer, known as the champion. Think of the Dojo champion as a project manager of the club. The champion also has a team of volunteers who help them run their club.
Because CoderDojo is an open-source movement, anyone anywhere can volunteer to set up a club. Each Dojo is unique and operates autonomously. This means every club will differ slightly. However, all verified Dojos are committed to live by the CoderDojo Charter and ethos. This is to be inclusive, free, open, and collaborative.CoderDojo’s open-source model has helped the movement spread around the world: there are almost 2000 Dojos spread across 80 countries, and people start new Dojos every day.
Dojos have been running in libraries all around the world and with good reason: a public library is an ideal venue for hosting a Dojo. CoderDojo Sri Lanka officially launched the program here in Sri Lanka at Public Library, Colombo 07