Empowering Girls And Women In STEM Education

In Ghana, many young girls and women show great interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. Unfortunately, but perhaps not surprising, the under-representation of women in STEM fields persists across the country.
A female lead organization, Yielding Accomplished African Women, promotes women’s participation in STEM and fosters the largest community of African female developers and financial analysts in the country.
For more, Africa 54’s Technology Correspondent Paul Ndiho, via Skype, spoke to Diana Wilson, CEO/Founder, Yielding Accomplished African Women, in New York.

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