Kasi Economy shared this bit of news on their Twitter handle along with a video that detailed how the 17-year-old successfully built a robot that is able to lift and carry small objects using metal, cardboard boxes and wire.
Schools need to start addressing the topic of menstrual periods in all their aspects for both girls and boys and encourage open discussion and a safe environment for students.
While STEM education may have been plagued by various challenges in the past, this initiative is one great step towards salvaging the situation, and it deserves the support and commendation of every stakeholder.
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With teenage pregnancies being one of the biggest problems Uganda’s Busoga is currently facing, this project touches on one of the kingdom’s most critical pain points.
Sixteen teenage applicants from all over the continent, including South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana and Sudan, were recently selected for the Intelsat-funded XinaBox STEM learning programme. The 16 students will follow a multi-week educational programme.
“The curriculum is a response to a need for equity in the classroom space. That’s why I called it My Place in This World because in order to validate that Black students heritage, we need to find a place in the classroom for it to
African governments and stakeholders need to explore possible solutions to make the innovations of edtech more sustainable and more accessible, and therefore, more effective in Africa.
Africa is looking to employ innovation in its education framework post the COVID-period, to help it gain momentum.