Inclusivity for impact
We asked three awardees from Nigeria, Nepal, and Mexico about how they integrated inclusivity into their programme activities. These inspiring projects, which are part of the Skills for Safety programme, have recognised the importance of considering diverse perspectives and involving all stakeholders in their projects.
By putting students at the centre, addressing local challenges, providing equal access opportunities, and fostering collaborations, these projects are making a lasting impact in engineering education, safe engineering practices, and sustainable micro-mobility.
Read more below about best practices, lessons learned and outcomes of using an inclusive approach.
Meet Dr Uzor Onyia
Supporting sustainable engineering education through innovation and industry-based skills development and practice in Nigeria
Meet Dersu Figueroa Zárate
Creating an open innovation platform to develop technological capabilities for sustainable and safe micro-mobility in Querétaro, Mexico
Meet Pradita Pradhan
Building safe engineering and designs and practices for Nepal