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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) have always been pivotal to science, technology and industrial development. No doubt, these disciplines are seen as and have proved to be economic transformation and development drivers. Developed, countries the world over, have long drawn and invested in this scientific resource to build and continuously develop strong economies. Today these nations have become comfortable places for human habitation of all races. Their strong STEM foresight has made them world champions in exporting processed goods that sustain their economies which have made them continue to enjoy sustained development and provide their populace with decent human life.

African countries, on the other hand, have remained developing or under-developed mainly because of limited insights of the economic development and growth inherent in investing in STEM curricula at all levels of schooling. Such countries have subjected their populace to poverty. As a result, the majority of their populace living above poverty levels in and outside Africa are shunning away their African countries and cultures mainly because they see this identity as a disgrace. Yet, African countries are full of resources of all kinds that remain untapped for the benefit of the current and future African generations. To date, some of these countries, like Zimbabwe, have since woke up from their deep sleep and are strongly advocating for STEM curricula.click here to continue




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