Entrepreneur’s electrical kit helps students learn about engineering
A young entrepreneur is on a mission to ensure students in Ghana can pursue their dreams of becoming scientists and engineers, and we’re inspired by his results, which are shown in the BBC video below.
Charles Ofori Antipem created a science set the size of a textbook full of electrical supplies, which he’s sold to schools across the African country. Students are getting hands-on experience, rather than reading a textbook; some have even made inventions.
“This is not just about solving the problem in education, we’re also committed to creating employment,” Antipem explains.
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Watch the video to see how children thrive with access to the right educational tools.