Across Africa, there are countless young people with the potential for greatness who just need the right platform to succeed. At WeGo Innovate, we aim to be that platform, watering the seeds of their imagination to grow their brilliant ideas. Our goal is to inspire and share knowledge, nurture ideas and help young Africans innovate projects that will drive the development of their localities.
WeGo Innovate Edutech platform collaborates with schools and other academic institutions to transform educational content into fun, interactive platforms and tools that inspire students and educators, regardless of their degree of access to resources.We believe that making learning engaging is an under-utilised approach in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Students featured on WeGo Innovate’s programs are phenomenal, talented and super creative innovators that learn through investigation. On season one of the GH4STEM JUNEOS Challenge, Junior High School students across Ghana experimented with some local materials as they explained some complex science principles and theories. These experiments provide some real-life applications of different scientific phenomena we see around us.
These innovative works and projects are shared here on our website and can be used as teaching and learning materials to make your STEM lessons and tutorials fun, engaging and practical.
The Junior Experimenters of Science (JUNEOS) and Senior Experimenters of Science (SENEOS) are initiatives WeGo Innovate established to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in Ghana, and to encourage greater classroom interaction. These initiatives respond to a core desire to motivate teachers to get the best out of their students by using practical visual and multimedia content designed to make learning science relevant and fun.
WeGo Innovate wants to start a dialogue about science that encourages critical thinking and innovation in classrooms and inspires discussion across Ghana and throughout the African continent. The JUNEOS Challenge targets Junior High School (JHS) students aged between 11 and 15 and the SENEOS Challenge focuses on Senior High School (SHS) students aged between 15 and 18.