- Construction of workshop consisting of toolboxes and manuals
- Trainings (both for assembling toolbox and teaching with it but also related with cultural awareness and volunteering ethics)
- Research on local and international funds for our target students (without means to afford a higher level education)
- Deliver of workshops to students and teachers
- Construction of long term sustainable vision where the project can be completely transferred to the local community (NGOs, government, industry)
For our first iteration in Mozambique in 2017, we built together with the students solar powered toy cars. Here the students started learning about mechanics with a simple clog-wheel system and later we introduced the theoretical and practical fundamentals of electrical circuits, batteries, motors and solar cells. With this workshops we visited several schools and worked with the students in 3 days length workshops.
For our last iteration in Mozambique (2018), we focused on just one school and gave a 3 week length workshop. Here we built together with the students a electrical piano out of a breadboard, and assembled and soldered a calculator and a radio. At the end of the workshop we also helped teachers and students making a science fair for their community. As a complement to the technical workshop, we held an economical workshop.
With both iterations we have worked with more than 100 students so far. We are locally supported by our partner NGO in Mozambique, AVSI. AVSI works in the field of education assistance. They collaborate both with teachers and assistants in creating school activities, assisted homework and recreational and cultural activities. Our sponsorship has been given by ASML Foundation.