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Angel and Fatma are two girls from Tanzania who are pursuing their dreams by learning new skills and knowledge. They are on the path of empowerment and overcoming challenges of access to education and gender bias with the support from the Joint Programme by UNESCO, UNFPA and UN Women. ... Vedi altroVedi meno

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In 2015, all 193 UN Member States committed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals. All of these goals and particularly quality education and gender equality are advanced by promoting girls' education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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Everyone can study or pursue a career in science, boy or girl. Meet Eunice, Adobea, and more girls as they share their dreams for the future with us.

Through the UNESCO-HNA Partnership for Girls’ and Women’s Education, over 1,000 school girls took part in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Clinics in 3 districts in Ghana. These one-day events helped widen girls’ perceptions on these subjects and gave them an opportunity to interact with female role models.
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New video in S-TEAM PROJECT YouTube channel!
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IES Castelar
Osovna Skola Ivan Cankar
Fundacion Karis
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God job for this two STEAM women!
International Hackathon Rimini 2023
S-TEAM project
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God job for this two STEAM women!
International Hackathon Rimini 2023
S-TEAM project
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