In remote Australian schools, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are the majority of students, access to science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) resources and equipment can be extremely challenging.
GHD Foundation has partnered with SolarBuddy to bring energy and light and better schooling outcomes to remote communities in Papua New Guinea.
GHD Foundation believes in giving back to help build resilient communities globally by tackling the foundational issue of access to education for all.
“GHD people have always made a difference in their local communities, but we saw that we could do more. We believe science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) is central to solving these complex global problems.”
Jo Metcalfe, Managing Director, GHD Foundation
Amplifying our efforts to build resilient communities through education
Partnering to make a difference in people’s daily lives
Investing in initatives that remove barriers to accessing STEAM education and employment
with a primary focus on Education & employment pathways – helping underrepresented communities in the fields of Science Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM)
by funding effective, outcome-driven STEAM education programs that target First Nations, minorities, marginalised and communities experience disadvantage
for equitable access to education, and a diverse STEAM workforce of the future, with the capacity to solve those big challenges
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