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STEMi Makers Africa

Women Breaking Ceilings: Meet Anne Chisa

Highlighting Anne Chisa, a phenomenal PhD Candidate, Founder and Host of The Root of the Science Podcasts and a Project Kuongoza Mentor. Meet Anne Chisa Anne Chisa is a Malawian and a PhD student in Agricultural Science, specifically Crop Science, at the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. Her PhD research project involves using...

STEMi Partners with YALI RLC Alumni Association of Nigeria for STEM School Tour Across Nigeria

​In commemoration of the Children’s Day in Nigeria, STEMi Nigeria partnered with the Barack Obama Young African Leadership Initiative RLC, Alumni Association of Nigeria to conduct a school tour across 16 States. The purpose of the tour was to educate and enlighten students about STEM, its importance, what they stand to gain from STEM and...

STEMi Makers Africa empowers Educators in South-Eastern Nigeria to raise students’ achievement in STEM.

STEM Integration and Development Training for Educators: South East Edition Only a refined education system, properly educated workforce and entrepreneurial class will have the skills and drive to thrive as new technologies change the nature of work, leisure, the environment, andsociety – and to tackle Nigeria’s most pressing challenges.On a mission to strengthen competencies, particularly...

Women Breaking Ceilings: Meet Engr. Joanna Maduka

Highlighting Engr. Mrs. Joanna Olatumbi Maduka, the first Female COREN Registered Engineer in 1974; first Female Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (FIEE), UK; first Female, Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Engineers FNSE; Honorary Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Science Technology, 1987, Honorary Fellow, Yaba College of Technology in 1998 and first Female Fellow,...

Women Breaking Ceilings: Meet Faith February

Highlighting Faith February, a Scientist, PhD candidate (University of Cape Town, SA); Advancing Womxn Postgraduate Fellow, Project Kuongoza Mentor. Meet Faith February In 2002, Faith February obtained her Master’s degree in Physics from Stellenbosch University. She is currently studying towards a Ph.D. in Oceanography at the University of Cape Town with the thesis title: Influence...

Project Kuongoza Conference: Raising Young Women and Girls to Lead in STEM

Screenshot of the Project Kuongoza Web Conference to Commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child. Project Kuongoza Web Conference to Commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child It is no doubt that women contribute majorly to the socio-economic development and prosperity of a Nation. In Sub-Saharan Africa and MENA Nations, Girls face multiple...

STEMi Makers Cameroon Commemorates International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.

Ozone for life: 35 years of Ozone Layer protection Ozone (O3) is a highly reactive gas whose molecules are comprised of three oxygen atoms. The ozone layer is a fragile shield of gas that protects the Earth from the harmful portion of the rays of the sun, thus helping preserve life on the planet. Atmospheric...

STEMi Makers Africa hosts Africa By Us, For Us and Of Us to commemorate the International Youth Month, 2020

STEMi Makers Africa launched an Africa By Us, For Us and Of Us Series that aims to shed light on the need to enable engagement of youths, strengthen their capacity and push them to the forefront of global innovation, taking important steps to accelerate social, scientific, and technological change in all of Africa. This event...

STEMi Makers Africa hosts the Global Astronomy Month for 2020

The STEMi Makers Africa hosted the world’s largest celebration of Astronomy through a series of online webcast events from the 23rd of April to the 25th of April 2020. The event series had four (4) global Scientists engaging young people in Science, STEM, Astronomy and offering an array of opportunities to key into. The event...
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