Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa

by Action Change (Formerly GVI Trust)
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa
Break Barriers to Access STEM Subjects in Africa

Introduction 

Girls and women are faced with stereotypes and lack of encouragement to enter the STEM-fields and disadvantaged communities often lack the resources to be able to teach in the classroom. These are issues which are particularly present in Africa, a continent which is in desperate need of infrastructure, innovation and industrialisation

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Through local partners, we want to provide disadvantaged communities and girls with information to encourage STEM subjects and professions; provide STEM equipment to disadvantaged schools and to offer innovative after-school programs to children to build a passion for STEM at an early age. This will include the participation of local teachers and community workers to ensure sustainability and ownership. We have raised $432 so far.

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Introduction 

Girls and women are faced with stereotypes and lack of encouragement to enter the STEM-fields and disadvantaged communities often lack the resources to be able to teach in the classroom. These are issues which are particularly present in Africa, a continent which is in desperate need of infrastructure, innovation and industrialisation

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By encouraging children and youth across Africa to study STEM, we are not only reducing inequalities and gender differences but also contributing to a sustainable continent. Africa is currently facing shortages in qualified doctors and health professionals, as well as engineers and programmes, professions which we know, are the professions of the future. We have raised $430 so far but still have a long way to go to reach our target.

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Introduction 

The STEM-field is currently facing a lack of ethnic groups and large gender gaps across the globe and therefore is an essential part to reduce inequalities. Girls and women are faced with stereotypes and lack of encouragement to enter the STEM-fields and disadvantaged communities often lack the resources to be able to teach in the classroom. These are issues which are particularly present in Africa, a continent which is in desperate need of infrastructure, innovation and industrialisation.

Report 

By encouraging children and youth across Africa to study STEM, we are not only reducing inequalities and gender differences but also contributing to a sustainable continent. Africa is currently facing shortages in qualified doctors and health professionals, as well as engineers and programmes, professions which we know, are the professions of the future. This will therefore increase the quality of services and products being delivered in Africa and increase the standard of living. We have managed to raise $394 so far.

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Introduction 

The STEM-field is currently facing a lack of ethnic groups and large gender gaps across the globe and therefore is an essential part to reduce inequalities. Girls and women are faced with stereotypes and lack of encouragement to enter the STEM-fields and disadvantaged communities often lack the resources to be able to teach in the classroom.

Report 

Through local partners, we want to provide disadvantaged communities and girls with information to encourage STEM subjects and professions; provide STEM equipment to disadvantaged schools and to offer innovative after-school programs to children to build a passion for STEM at an early age. A donation of $10 will cover one term school fees for one advanced learner.

Thank you for your support

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Introduction 

The STEM-field is currently facing a lack of ethnic groups and large gender gaps across the globe and therefore is an essential part to reduce inequalities. Girls and women are faced with stereotypes and lack of encouragement to enter the STEM-fields and disadvantaged communities often lack the resources to be able to teach in the classroom. These are issues which are particularly present in Africa, a continent which is in desperate need of infrastructure, innovation and industrialisation.

Report 

Through local partners, we want to provide disadvantaged communities and girls with information to encourage STEM subjects and professions; provide STEM equipment to disadvantaged schools and to offer innovative after-school programs to children to build a passion for STEM at an early age. By encouraging children and youth across Africa to study STEM, we are not only reducing inequalities and gender differences but also contributing to a sustainable continent. Africa is currently facing shortages in qualified doctors and health professionals, as well as engineers and programmes, professions which we know, are the professions of the future. A donation of just $10 funds tuition fees for an advanced student for a full term!

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Action Change (Formerly GVI Trust)

Location: London - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Tyrone Bennett
London, London United Kingdom
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