TAIK Education Fund
The TAIK Education Fund is dedicated to ensuring that every African kid who is of age to go to school, goes to school and stays enrolled. One program under the Fund's portfolio is a yearly door-to-door campaign called "Campagne Education Pour Tous" (Education For Everyone) to provide school supplies to kids in impoverished neighborhoods and advocate for education, especially for girls. The first campaign was done in October 2021 and has benefitted 1,100 kids from impoverished neighborhoods in Senegal thus far. The campaign is made possible thanks to partnerships with grassroots organizations on the ground.Learn more
TAIK 54 is a set of recognition lists designed to highlight people and organizations that you don't often see on traditional recognition lists. The TAIK 54 Most Inspiring Africans list recognizes Africans who, through their journey and work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM), and related fields can inspire young Africans to embrace and embark in STEM studies. The TAIK 54 Most Impactful Organizations recognizes organizations who are making an impact on the continent through their work and activities around STEM.Learn more about TAIK 54
TAIK Scholars Program
The TAIK Scholars Program selects the best high schoolers in STEM fields in Africa, supports them--financially and beyond--through their applications to college in universities around the world, and mentors them throughout their undergraduate studies. The goal of the program is to nurture a growing supportive network of future doers and leaders of the continent.
The application deadline for the first edition is October 15, 2022 at 11:59 PM UTC.APPLY NOW
We organize webinars as a way to bring together historians, philosophers, scientists, innovators, ecosystem drivers, and other Africans and people of African descent to discuss topics of interest. Our main flagship event is Africa Day With TAIK, which takes place on May 25 every year to celebrate Africa Day and TAIK's anniversary. The event has featured prominent African figures from all corners of the continent, including Zerenay Alemseged, Rachid Yazami, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, and H.E. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim. Videos for all webinars can be found on our YouTube page.Watch our webinars
We publish content under all our three pillars. We conduct interviews with and feature Africans and people of African descent who've had successful careers in STEM to inspire young Africans to pursue education in STEM fields. We write about Africans' contributions to STEM as well as all the exciting developments on the continent made possible by those contributions. Finally, we publish content on various topics pertaining to African history, including analyses of contemporary issues through a historical African lens.Read our articles
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