We are delighted to acknowledge the remarkable International Day for Women and Girls in Science event that took place in Dodoma on the 11th of February. ✨
Massive thanks to Young Scientist Tanzania (YST) for involving us in the joint efforts of spreading the competence-based learning approach in STEM education 👏🏽
The Arusha Science School community celebrates the outstanding participation of our girls and recognizes them as shining examples of excellence and determination.
Form V student Shamila Geoffrey presented on BEBA(Better Education Better Africa) and Form VI student Macrine showcased her winning project – a simple crop moisture sensor for local farmers using Arduino programming.