A workforce ready to meet development challenges
Today’s university students are tomorrow’s leaders in healthcare, engineering, agriculture, policy, and many other fields.
Our programs support effective, hands-on training in the sciences so that graduates can shape a brighter and healthier future for their communities.
Since 2008, we have supported the training of…
Access to equipment strengthens the scientific workforce
For undergraduate students, access to equipment means the difference between learning passively by watching a video and gaining the deeper understanding that comes from trying an experiment for themselves.
For graduate students, equipment means not having to choose between limiting the scope of inquiry to what is possible with limited equipment or leaving the institution or country to complete their research.
And for the people of developing countries, university graduates entering the workforce better prepared in the sciences means more equitable access to healthcare, food security, a clean and safe environment, economic opportunities, and more.
Impact in action
Our programs support hands-on training for tomorrow’s scientific leaders
Dativa Shilla, PhD, leads a department tasked with training chemistry teachers for secondary schools in East Africa.
With support from Seeding Labs, they have reduced student attrition by 50%, increasing access to STEM education throughout the region.