Within the GO-GA project of #Horizon2020, MITO and the other partners submitted a paper entitled “Promoting and Implementing Digital STEM Education at Secondary Schools in Africa” to the IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON). The paper – that was peer-reviewed by community members and presented in Dubai in April 2019 – introduces the objectives of the GO-GA project and its links with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations. The paper also describes the Go-Lab Initiative and how its ecosystem is being adapted to fit the African context. The strategy to sustain adoption and preliminary results achieved through bootcamps in Nigeria, Kenya and Benin were also detailed. This contribution got the best paper award of the conference in the area of “Innovation, Methods, Teaching and Learning Experiences in Engineering Education”. We are proud of the team and of Célia Gavaud, as project manager of GO-GA and co-author of the paper, that can be downloaded by clicking here.