It is known that women and girls are seen as a minority in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Based on a lot of societal and stereotypical gender roles and structures, women aren’t given the opportunity to excel in these fields. According to UNESCO, in a total of 121 countries, women make up 29% of science researchers. In Africa, women make up just 34.5%, in Europe, 39%, and in Asia 18.5%. Globally, women aren’t given the chance to learn these skills, especially in locations where stereotypical gender roles are prominent.