Helping Girls in Nigeria Study STEM
We are very fortunate to be sharing another amazing initiative from our partners at Shiny Gloves Club- a non-profit organization committed to providing free education to children in impoverished communities in Africa.
Their latest initiative is a GoFundMe campaign to help one of their students, Blessing Yohanna, attend an engineering university in Nigeria.
Help make her dream come true and donate here ➡️ https://www.gofundme.com/f/byf-a-fund-to-help-lowincome-girls-study-stem
Watch Blessing's full story here.
Meet Blessing Yohana - an electronics inventor and one of the best students in Shiny Gloves Club's engineering program.
She graduated from high school two years ago and wants to study engineering, but her family cannot afford to send her to university.
Blessing's father was initially unwilling to support her wish to become an engineer, not only due to their family's economic conditions but also because of her gender.
In Nigeria, where Blessing is from, gender discrimination often keeps girls out of school. According to UNICEF's research, more than half of the girls in northern Nigeria are not in school.
To help with this, Shiny Gloves Club set up a GoFundMe campaign to help fund Blessing's education at an engineering university in Nigeria.
Let's make Blessing's dream come true 👉 donate here & help support Blessing's education and girls in STEM.
- Albert & the CircuitMess team