|Trainees keenly engaged during the Africamakers Uganda session. Source: Afrimakers|
- Training facilitators to lead mentoring workshops and the community
- Mentoring 6 to 17 year olds to acquire the necessary problem-solving skills
- Showcasing innovations and networking through maker faire type events
The project aims to spark interest in young children for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) by exploring a range of hands-on experiments hands. The projects range from building paper-based electronic circuit boards, air quality control sensors, recycling old web cams into microscopes, to programming Raspberry Pi microcomputers.This is a brilliant opportunity to improve problem-solving through open innovation in Ghana. Everyone should register and be part of it.