South Sudan Opens STEM Center With Help From Israeli Aid NGO
By NoCamels Team November 14, 2017 < 1 minute
November 14, 2017 | The University of Juba opened the country’s first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Center on Monday, a result of a partnership with the Israeli aid organization IsraAid, STEM Synergy, the Mark Gelfand Family Charitable Fund and UNESCO, IsraAid said in a statement. The center will provide an “educational platform for South Sudanese youth, training them to become engineers, technicians, mechanics and physicians who will contribute to the economic and social development of South Sudan,” IsraAid said. Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan, James Wani Igga attended the event.
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