YouthhubAfrica has provided Exo Lab kits to 15 students and 2 Teachers of Government Secondary School Garki-Abuja Nigeria.
This program was organized by Youthhubafrica in collaboration with the American Space Agency Magnitude io.
YouthHubAfrica’s Program Manager, Olusegun Medupin added that the younger generation must explore new and creative modes of learning, and broaden their horizons to be at the forefront of 21st-century Innovation.
“We are interested in innovation and it’s our uttermost delight in enabling students to develop skills and interest in Science, Research and astrobotany in a world where technology is evolving daily “.
He said one of the objectives of the initiative is to propel the interest of the student in science courses.
“The school has taken the program above what we expected . In the whole of Africa only two schools participated in the training, and in Nigeria, the only school is GSS Garki”.
The Program manager gave assurance that his organization will scale up the process of innovation.
The Director of the FCT Education Board Hajiya Fatima Gambo Baba commended the YouthhubAfrica for creating a platform of learning for students
“ICT training is connected to the whole world sharing ideas, and knowledge to know more, it is also a form of empowerment to the students.