We believe in a generation of African girls that change their lives and contribute to global sustainable development through science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship and mathematics - STEM.

Taungana seeks to create a supportive ecosystem that encourages sustained female student engagement in STEM.

We achieve our goals in the following ways:

1. Fellowship Program: A high school fellowship that is initiated by the flagship STEM Expo, a one week multi-industry immersion and entrepreneurship program. Ambassadors (rural high school girls) are supported with a mentor network and with ongoing outreach events in their communities.

2. Networking platform: An online community for STEM practice and thought leaders that fosters solutions to industry challenges.

3. Business intelligence: Data from rural Africa is analysed to better understand STEM engagement barriers enabling targeted interventions and informing sustainable resource strategies for the movement.