Unlocking the Potential of Girls in SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING and MATHEMATICS

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    1109
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    126
    Schools
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    Alice is a Programme Specialist for Gender and Science at the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa. She initiated the Scientific Camps of Excellence STEM Mentorship Programme. Alice has a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Anthropology (Gender and Development) and a Master of Arts Degree in Diplomacy and International Studies, both from the University of Nairobi; and a Bachelor of Education Degree from Kenyatta University. Alice is responsible for the overall Co-ordination of the mentorship in STEM programme. She also provides mentorship to girls on life skills and survival techniques and trains science teachers on gender responsive teaching of science subjects. For further information on the programme, please contact her at: a.ochanda@unesco

    Loice is a Principal Education Officer in the Department of Policy and East African Community, Ministry of Education. She is a holder of a Master of Arts Degree in Curriculum Development from Egerton University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Management from KEMI. Loice is the Ministry of Education’s focal point for the UNESCO/GoK STEM programme and is responsible for coordinating all STEM activities at the Ministry.

    Komen is a Science Secretary and International Nuclear Information Systems (INIS) Liaison Officer and ICT Systems Administrator at the National Commission for Science. Komen holds a Master of Science Engineering Degree in Food Science and Technology and a Bachelor of Science Engineering Degree in Baking Science and Industry, both from Wuxi University of Light Industry in China. He has a Diploma in Science Education from the University of Eldoret.

    Dorothy has a Doctor of Philosophy and a Master of Science Degrees in Rangeland Resource Management from the University of Nairobi. She is a Lecturer and Chairman of the Department of Range and Wildlife Sciences, School of Agriculture and Veterinary Science at South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU).

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