20 April

STEM Sudan

As part of its scientific collaboration with the Sudanese National Academy of Sciences, STEM Sudan orchestrates a range of theoretical and practical initiatives tailored for displaced Sudanese families residing in the Republic of Egypt.

06 June

STEM Sudan completed its largest science-based project

By the end of May 2022, STEM Sudan completed its largest science-based project, funded by USAID The project targeted children and displaced communities in conflict areas, with the aim of reducing the impact of displacement and conflict through a large number scientific and experimental activities in the fields of biology, medical sciences, astronomy, space and DIY hands-on projects in the form of working groups in schools. The project was conducted in 4 regions in Sudan, Khartoum, South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Kassala.

05 May

STEM Climate change camp

In March 2022, the initiative held a closed camp for young people working in the field of climate change and the environment, hosted at the Shambat Hospitality Resort, University of Khartoum. The camp, which comprised a series of lectures and scientific site visits, aimed to build and raise the capabilities of university students and recent graduates of the environmental sciences in practical applications of their studies in the face of climate change.