Education for African Women (WAAW) Foundation on the occasion of its 2013
Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Camp for 30 high school
girls aged between 13 and 17 years.
workshop which took place on Aug. 03, at the Laureates College, Lagos, was facilitated by some Nigerian and American
women, and it allowed the girls to experience hands-on activities, tutorials
said the learning objective of the STEM camp was to ensure that girls thought
of science and technology as tools that could help them solve real problems in
to encourage our girls to look around and use locally available materials for
innovation”, she said.
from Honors Academy School in Texas, Ebele Agu; Associate Professor of Physics
and STEM Education at St. Catherine University in Minnesota, Dr. Kaye Smith and
Mechanical Engineer from St. Thomas University in Minnesota, Frances Van Sloun.
Secondary School, Gbaja Girls’ High School, Clegg Girls’ High School, Top Grade
Secondary School, Bolade Senior Grammar School, Laureates College and Bosgram
light-sensor robots to solve green energy challenges such as trash sorting,
water purification systems, and renewable energy systems; including solar cars
and windmill systems.
at Etisalat Nigeria, Okung Ebiefie says the company believes in grooming young
people to understand that they can be innovative solution providers when they
hone their skills.
presented Easyblaze modems to winners at the Awards Ceremony.