Ultimately, this will contribute towards greater science awareness amongst the general public, more students choosing science subjects, and a higher level of female participation in S&T studies and careers. Through the efforts of the campaign, the most notable short-term expected results will be seen in the form of approximately 20,000 visitors attending each S&T Festival. The Science in the Community activity will aim to attract between 200-500 individuals per activity, depending on locality. Together with the other activities of the campaign, long term results are expected in terms of an increase in uptake of science subjects at secondary level. This project also aims at having 10 people trained through the science animation course.