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.
That’s when Dr. Mubenga went into action:
This kind of global minded thought leadership serves what we hope is a high standard of offering progress for all people. By providing higher education, we actively address UN Sustainable Development Goals of No Poverty, No Hunger, and more! The need is so great! We have built the framework for vetting scholarship recipients, mentoring our scholars, and engaging the scholars in solving poverty, hunger, human rights abuse, unemployment, and more.
We are proud of our accomplishments to date but want to make better use of the network and systems we have built. That’s why we are asking for your help. We can do so much more with proper funding. Please support our important work!
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