Raissa Malu

In 2020, we unveil mathematics

The next edition of the Science and Technology Week in the DRC will take place from 17th to 22nd April 2020.

First of all, I wish you all the best for this new year and this new decade.

2020, what a great date! It sounds like the title of a science fiction book or movie, don't you think? Something like "2020, Journey to the Heart of Mathematics. Episode 1, the Democratic Republic of Congo". 😊

2020 is the year of the 7th edition of the Science and Technology Week, to be held from 17th to 22nd April (you're going to find out 😉) and we have put it under the theme "Let's unveil mathematics" (surprise!). See the official poster above.

Don't panic. After this 7th edition, you won't be afraid of mathematics anymore. They will challenge you. They will make you laugh, cry too, they will sometimes annoy you, but you will find them nice forever. You will see them (almost) everywhere! 😊

The programme of activities in Kinshasa is rich and varied. See for yourself.

Programme

You will meet extraordinary people such as Nadia Aimé, founder of She Leads Digital, and Yvonne Mburu, scientist and founder of Nexakili. I tell you, you wouldn't want to miss the opportunity to hear and discuss with them. 😊

So, obviously, it is not possible to organize this event without partners (no, we have not yet mastered the technique of spontaneous generation). So we offer you the opportunity to make a difference by sponsoring this 7th edition. By doing so, you will give the chance to street children in Kinshasa to relearn the taste for learning, sharing and exchange. You will also enable women scientists to make their work and research known. It's worth it, isn't it? So contact us and thank you in advance for your generosity.

All the editions of the Science and Technology Week can be discovered on our website, on our Facebook page and on our Twitter account. Like and follow us!

Science is fun, join us.

This post has first been published on LinkedIn. It has been translated in English by Afriscitech.

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