In the next five years, Zimbabwe Science Fair will discover, foster and inspire thousands more young Zimbabweans to use research and technical skills to solve problems. Zimbabwe Science Fair relies on generous support from sponsors. These are companies, foundations, and individuals committed to nurturing the most talented and diverse young leaders in science and technology.
Zimbabwe Science Fair already reaches thousands of primary and high school students through innovative programs such as the science circus, and is Zimbabwe's most prestigious science competition.
Access is at the heart of everything we do. By giving access to hands-on science and a platform for the students to showcase their work, passions and talents, we have witnessed the unleashing of hidden potential. Some students have gone on to turn their science fair projects into social enterprises changing lives in their communities. Our science circus program has engaged over 200 000 children between 2016 and 2022. One of our students, Pelagia Majoni, went on to become the first African female to have a minor planet named after her by the MIT Lincoln Lab and International Astronomical Union in honour of her science fair project.
With your support, Zimbabwe Science Fair can put the power and wonder of science into the hands of every child, and offer an equal shot at success to every child, regardless of where they’re from, or what their parents do.
Over time, these young scientists, engineers and innovators will reshape society as entrepreneurs, tech leaders, environmentalists, activists and policy makers. We help shape the values of these future leaders, modeling and incentivizing them to be curious, humble, kind, optimistic problem solvers.
We need your support to make this vision a reality.
Depending on your level of support, benefits may include, among others, branding, direct connections with future STEM talent, employee engagement opportunities, advertising in Science Buskers Newsletter, and opportunities to speak and/or present to a national audience of STEM enthusiasts.
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