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Samsung’s innovative Solve for Tomorrow challenge to launch in Samoa

APIA, SAMOA – 27 FEBRUARY 2023: Preparations are underway to launch Samsung’s innovative Solve for Tomorrow challenge in Samoa.

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. New Zealand leadership visited Samoa last week, to discuss collaboration with the Samoan Ministry of Education with the aim of promoting technology design thinking and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, The Arts and Mathematics) subjects in Samoan secondary schools.

Samsung New Zealand President, Hyung Min Chun, met Peseta Noumea Simi, CEO of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, as well as Aeau Chris Hazelman, Director of Education, to outline and present Samsung’s global programme, Solve for Tomorrow, which will be tailored for Samoan youths.

“This is a golden opportunity for Samsung and Pacific nations to collaborate on improving the quality of education outcomes for future generations through innovative solutions and fresh thinking from the youth of today,” said Chun.

Samsung aims to roll out Solve for Tomorrow a global competition that will challenge Samoa’s next generation of innovators to unleash their creativity and empower students to use STEAM to find solutions for pressing local, or global, community challenges. This is part of Samsung’s global CSR activity which has been launched in over 33 countries since its inception in 2021.

Samsung is looking to launch Solve for Tomorrow this year in Samoa as well as three other Pacific nations; Fiji, Tonga and Timor-Leste.

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