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That this House welcomes the work of FemEng Rwanda, which is a project led by students from the University of Glasgow to encourage the participation of young women in science and engineering fields; notes that this is a collaborative initiative with the University of Rwanda, where three weeks of practical engagement commenced in June 2016; further notes that the team consists of eight female students in engineering and computing science from the University of Glasgow, eight female students in engineering and architecture from the University of Rwanda and eight girls from various secondary schools in Rwanda and that, together with multiple academics and organisation leaders, they are constructing effective ways to promote science and engineering to 12 to 15 year old students in Rwanda; and wishes the project and the participants every success in the future.
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