There are several Museums across the country that provides opportunities for learners and their families to, not only learn about heritage and culture, but to also experience STEM. The National Museums of Kenya and the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA) embarked on the process.
Concerted efforts will be made by the MUSPPA2STEM to develop activities that synchronized with school curriculum- competence based to enhance learning. Through customized sessions and festivals the museums will be STEM hubs.
There are many existing facilities and infrastructures such as libraries and ICT hubs that can create makerspaces for STEM. MUSPPA2STEM will mobilize partners to consider establishing makerspaces for youth in- and out-of-schools to create, innovate and invent.