Empowering African girls through STEM Education
Overall, the percentage of female graduates with core STEM degrees is steadily growing, however, the split is still just 26%. This figure is also translated in the female STEM workforce, with women making up 24%.-Women in STEM statistics website
Only 21% of engineering majors and 19% of computer science majors are women, according to AAUW's website.
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.
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