How firm’s STEM investment is supporting out-of-school pupils

In a bid to support government’s efforts to reduce out-of-school children in the society, Cherry Eromosele speaks on how Interswitch’s partnership with non-governmental organisation, Slum2School, is transforming the lives of less-privileged children through Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).  Excerpts of the interview by KOFOWOROLA BELO-OSAGIE.

What is the nature and scope of Interswitch partnership with Slum2school?

The scope of our partnership with Slum2school basically is to drive the study of STEM subjects by pupils across different ages and social categories, and also to build skills and talents based around STEM. This commitment is further reinforced by Interswitch’s social investment at the Innovation Lab. The laboratory was equipped with laptops, books and other learning materials, to enable pupils in slum communities to have access to technology education. Interswitch built and has managed the Innovation Lab since May 2018.


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