allSTEAM is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to address sustainable development challenges faced by African countries via STEAM education.
The education system in African countries must adapt to the fast-changing world in order to help Africa thrive. These countries have many inspiring individuals, learners, and innovators, but they often struggle to make an impact outside their own communities. Thus, allSTEAM exists to identify, support, facilitate, and initiate an impactful, action-oriented millennium.
Why we do what we do
The number of primary school graduates in African countries has recently increased significantly, however, a significant number has not pursued further education or landed a job. Additionally, students from poorer households are about three times more likely to drop out of school than those from economically advantaged families. This is primarily due to the following factors:
Inadequate access to quality educational resources
Lack of localized educational content
Inadequate number of trained teachers
Growing trend of child labor due to poverty
Unsustainable educational reform initiatives
Poor resource allocation and policies
What we do
allSTEAM works in collaboration with individuals, organizations, local communities, schools, and other institutions worldwide to address sustainable development challenges through STEAM education.
Translating and localizing open-source content. Collaborating with local teachers to create local content. These contents will be made available both online and offline.
Introducing problem-solving learning methods through hands-on projects and bootcamps. We only promote and support locally implementable projects or training.
Building makers hubs at strategic locations to promote innovation and entrepreneurship among young graduates and skilled workers.
Promoting local business ventures to reduce unnecessary imports, creating jobs, and eliminating illegal migration and poverty.