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STEM Guyana collaborates with MOE to roll out school robotics programme in September


Representatives from STEM Guyana engage President Dr. Irfaan Ali, Minister of Education Priya Manickchand and Minister of Public Service Sonia Parag (Photo: Office of the President)

Representatives from STEM Guyana are set to collaborate with the Ministry of Education to roll out a nationwide robotics programme for schools, with support from the Ministry of Public Service and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport.


STEM Guyana recently met with President Dr. Irfaan Ali at the Office of the President where they announced a national programme to expand robotics and programming in schools across Guyana.


STEM Guyana is a non-profit entity responsible for unlocking the world-class technology potential of Guyanese youth through programming, robotics and mathematics.


Dominic Budhan, Administrative Assistant at STEM Guyana said, “The Ministry has basically programmes they are starting from next month so they would like STEM Guyana to be a part of that. They have training to be done in different schools and since we have basically the experience and stuff like that, we can teach in the various schools for the robotics programme.”


STEM Guyana was represented at the meeting by Budhan alongside Arianna Mahase, Stephanie Simon, Lateisha Mc Arthur, and Ariel Taylor.


This collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Public Service and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport is expected to produce STEM clubs in schools across the country.

STEM Guyana’s current programmes are focused on robotics and coding as well as project based learning, problem solving, teamwork, critical thinking and encouraging creativity and innovation in all students.


The logistical details of this initiative are currently being established but will be rolled out from September.


Dominic Bdhan speaking flanked by Arianna Mahase, Stephanie Simon, Lateisha Mc Arthur, and Ariel Taylor (Photo: Office of the President)

“I am happy that the Ministry would support something like this because of course our mission is to unlock the World Class potential of Guyanese youth, and I believe with full support from the Government and even a lot of other organisations, Ministries, everything… I think all the partnerships would help us to have more Guyanese reach world class potential because they’ll be able to gain more access to different opportunities.”




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