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Preliminary version of Gender gap in science Database

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Name Year of origin Region Funding source Discipline(s) 1: Change perceptions, attitudes, behaviours, social norms and stereotypes towards women in STEM in society 2: Engage girls & young women in STEM primary & secondary education, as well as in technical & vocational education and training 3: Promote access to and retention of women in STEM higher education at all levels 4: Promote gender equality in career progression 5: Promote the gender dimension in research content, practice and agendas 6: Promote gender equality in STEM-related policy-making 7: Promote gender equality in science and technology-based entrepreneurship and innovation Target Audience Evidence of Effectiveness Impact Details
Techno Girl African Group

Countries:
South Africa
TRANSNET STEM 2.1, 2.9 Grade 9-12 view
Promote sustainable organic kitchen gardening and dairy goat Keeping  African Group

Countries:
Kenya
S 1.5 Girls, Women Yes
Planned Impact
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 WiSci Girls STEAM Camp African Group

Countries:
Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, African Group:eSwantini,
STEAM 2.1, 2.6 Girls Yes
testimonials
Yes
statistics on females studying STEM in college
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Visiola Foundation African Group

Countries:
Nigeria
Industry (google, Intel etc.) STEM 2.1 3.1, 3.7 high potential African girls from disadvantaged areas view
 Working to advance STEM Education for African women

WAAW
2007 _other_

Countries:
11 African countries
STEM 2.1, 2.3 3.1, 3.9 Secondary girls, college female Yes No view
Million Women Mentors

MWM
2014 North American Group

Countries:
United States of America, Mexico, North American Group :Canada
Corporate Funding STEM 2.1, 2.6 5.4 Mentors (male and female), Mentees (female) view
Joshikai II for Future Scientists 2017 Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
Japan
 Japan Atomic Energy Agency ST 2.1 High school Females view
Indian Girls Code Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
India
Robotix T 2.1 Underprivileged girls view
Samsung STEM Girls 2017 Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
China
China Women’s Development Foundation, Samsung China STEM 2.1, 2.7 Girls view
#STEMPower Our Girls Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
Philippines
Investing in Women STEM 2.1 Middle school girls view
Women in STEM Hackathon Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
United Arab Emirates
Meera Kaul Foundation, T 7.3, 7.5 Women view
Code to Inspire  2015 Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
Afghanistan
T 7.5, 7.8 Girls Yes
Testimonials
Yes
statistics on website
view
Girls Choose Science TV Series 2017 Asia-Pacific Group

Countries:
Israel
Davidson Institute of Science Education S 1.3, 1.5 Girls view
L'ORÉAL-UNESCO FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND FELLOWSHIPS 1998 Oceania Group

Countries:
Australia, New Zealand
L'ORÉAL-UNESCO STEMM 2.1 3.7 4.13 Exceptional female scientists, Young girls (9 to 12), PhD students view
Czechitas 2014 Eastern European Group

Countries:
Czech Republic
Google T 2.1, 2.2 Girls, Women view
IT for SHE Eastern European Group

Countries:
Poland
Several Industry Partners T 2.1 3.7 Undergraduate Females, Children view
Bulgarian Centre of Women in Technology

BCWT
Eastern European Group

Countries:
Bulgaria
http://bcwt.bg/en/%D0%BF%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%82%D0%BD%D1%8C%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8/ T 4.12 6.2 Professional Women view
Hungarian Women in Science 2008 Eastern European Group

Countries:
Hungary
S 1.1 2.1 4.5, 4.9 5.4 6.1 view
#GirlsSTEM Eastern European Group

Countries:
Ukraine
STEM 2.6 High school girls view
PROJECT EQUAL-IST EQUAL-IST project Global

Countries:
EU
Horizon 2020 T 5.15.2 6.2 Research institutions  Yes
Planned Impact
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