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Kenya:Why Fewer Kenyan Women Are Choosing or Completing STEM Courses

[The Conversation Africa] Globally, the percentage of women pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is small. In Africa, the numbers are even more dismal. The greatest imbalance is in engineering. In 2010 only one in four engineering students was a woman. Guinea had the lowest percentage of women in science (5.8%). That s equivalent to one in 17.

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