Our Current and Past Programmes

STEM Education

We work to support teachers and students by integrating Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications. This is aimed towards the sustained growth and stability of Africa’s economy.

STEM for Greater Good

With the knowledge that science is the bedrock of any developed nation, the need to train school teens on ‘How to apply’ scientific knowledge to enterprise and equip young learners for the real world cannot be overemphasized. Hence, we partner with schools to equip with the necessary skills to thrive in the real world, and position them for global business competence and entrepreneurship.  During the programme, students learn negotiation, networking, multitasking and leadership skills, and emotional intelligence.

STEM Innovation Hub

We provide a connection point for STEM professionals and aspiring innovators to facilitate the exchange of idea, partnership and the advancement of science and technology to the apogee.

Teen CEO program

At SAF, we blend students’ passions and interests with academically appropriate projects and experiences that inspire, motivate and make classroom learning authentic and engaging. Our Teen CEO Program allows students to begin exploring the correlation between their interests and potential careers through hands-on activity and internship experience in firms and industries.

STEM Research and Policy

Any progressive society is driven by research and productive policy dialogue. To move Africa to the limelight in the global market, SAF regularly convenes policy makers, academics, political leaders, science and technology experts, and other stakeholders for a high-level policy dialogue that aims to address the present state of STEM learning and innovation on the continent. We also engage in both primary and secondary research on key issues in STEM learning and the advancement of science and technology in Africa.

Science Ambassadors Foundation’s activities and programs have reached over 10,000 youths, 200 schools and 5 industries.