Empowering African girls through STEM Education
Overall, the percentage of female graduates with core STEM degrees is steadily growing, however, the split is just 26%. This figure is also translated in the female STEM workforce, with women making up 24%.
Source: Women in STEM
Only 21% of engineering majors and 19% of computer science majors are women.
According to the African Development Bank, less than 25% of African higher education students pursue STEM-related career fields
Empowering African girls and young women
The Visiola Foundation’s STEM Camp is an exciting week-long residence program designed to pique the interest of women in the STEM fields from an early age.
The Visiola Foundation today officially signed a Partnership Agreement with Lead City University to provide scholarships and mentoring to girls and young women who lack
We are making positive Impact
girls and young women impacted
Students from over 10 countries served
(eSwatini, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe)
90% of Students
have improved overall academic performance, especially in math and science.
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