From May 7 – 9, 2019, MoLab brought science and technology to students in the Centrale, Kara, and Savanes Regions. In the Centrale Region, CEG Bariki Sokodé students discovered the MoLab and participated in fun science activities. Many of them touched and used a laptop for the very first time in their life, igniting a
MoLab is still faithful to its mission: promote science and technology to students in schools. This time around, we visited the Plateaux Region. The Iré-Ogou Association worked in partnership with MoLab to celebrate science and technology in several schools in that region: Lycée de GLEI, Lycée d’ATAKPAME, Collège SAINTE ALBERT, Lycée de DATCHA, Lycée NDA,
To continue bringing science and technology to students in rural areas in all the regions in Togo, MoLab has teamed up with Female TechCamp this year. We believe that by seeing and doing, those kids will definitely love science and technology and form the elites of today and tomorrow. This is especially important for young
This week, from January 29 – February 01, MoLab was in the Plateaux Region where we conducted science and technology experiments and art activities in : CEG Bena Plateau, CEG Imoussa, Lycée Kpélé Nord, Lycée Kpélé Elé, Lycée Wahala and, Lycée Notsè. Both students and teachers were thrilled and participated massively in the activities. The
MoLab and its partners will be celebrating African Science Week from October 22 to October 27. Different schools in three regions in Togo will benefit from scientific experiments and activities, exhibitions, presentations, competitions and will launch their science clubs.
MoLab was in Sokodé, the capital city of the Centrale region of Togo, for a series of activities with students in the city. Not only were students present, but the Lab was happy to welcome officials from the United States Embassy, including Ambassador David Gilmour, to participate in the experiments. In Partnership with AGO Media