When the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic began, STEM DRC Initiative founder, Dr. Sandrine Mubenga, Ph.D, PE, recognized that there would not be enough ventilators for the hospitals in the DR Congo.
Ventilators were in short supply abroad, and the country did not have the funds to purchase them.
She went into action, organizing a team of engineers and students in the scholarship, under the mentoring program, to design a ventilator that can be built from materials available in the DR Congo. A working prototype was invented, and is now awaiting official approval as a medical device that can save lives.
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