foster STEM skills and capitalize on the motivational effects of competitions and robotics and help students from all walks of Libya
The LYBOTICS robotics program is currently gaining momentum on the International stage securing major sponsorship to support the talented children taking part in the project. Part of this support has enabled the first-of-its-kind robotics tournament, The Tripoli Regional Tournament taking place on the 9-10th of April 2021. Indeed, this event is set to shed a … Read moreA tournament to unite Libya’s children.
A time for great hope and prosperity, the fall of the Gaddafi regime in 2011 promised much for the Libyan people. However, after a short period of peace and improvement, the country fell into civil war once more. Perhaps the worst hit by these proceedings were women, who had played a significant role in the … Read moreWhat International Women’s Day means at LYBOTICS
An often forgotten voice, Libya’s children are still paying the price for a long civil conflict they do not fully understand. With growing educational and health disparities in the country, Libya’s conflict has impacted its children in devastating ways. While conditions for thousands of children and civilians deteriorate daily, attacks against schools have led to … Read moreGiving Libyan Children Back Their Futures.
Driven by the spirit of learning and exploring, Team Libya has had its best memorable moments in such a diverse environment surrounded by all the teams who were part of the FIRST Global. We were full of excitement each time we get to meet someone new, someone coming from a different country and a very … Read moreLibya is willing to cooperate, we are different
Libya, the country of beaches, desert and history is suffering since the civil war started in 2011. People exhausted waiting to see the positive change from the public sector and the private sector is already suffering from many different aspects. With STEM excitement, 7549 Team Libya – LYBOTICS Youth Team is powering the situation with … Read moreHow Robotics Team is changing Libya