Wednesday, October 27, 2021
As part of efforts to encourage the youth to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), Karpowership Ghana has held a mentorship programme for students at the Sekondi College in the Western Region. The mentorship project dubbed Girl Power particularly targets female students who are in the first...
The Rotary Club of Tarkwa has donated educational materials including textbooks, exercises books, mathematical sets, pens, pencils and menstrual pad to pupils of the Awudua Nkwanta Anglican Basic School in Prestea Huni-Valley Municipal Assembly. This became necessary following a committee report presented to the President of the club. The committee...
Dentsu Ghana, leader in advertising and marketing communications, as part of its CSR activities has donated educational materials worth thousands of Ghana Cedis including computers, projectors, assorted reading and creative books for various levels, math sets, set squares, crayons, legos, and A4 sheets to the Tesano Cluster of Schools. This...
The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), in collaboration with the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), has trained 20 young people interested in agribusiness, specifically horticulture, to build their capacity for export. Dubbed ‘Youth in Enterprise Programme (YiEP)’, it aims at building the capacity of youth who are interested in agriculture to...
The ability to express ourselves and trade our thoughts and ideas with those who matter, and to influence those in our circle, can primarily be achieved when we develop a reading culture. When reading becomes a habit at a young age, there's no telling the value of our freighted...
As part of measures to encourage and increase participation of girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related fields, Academic City University College in partnership with STEMbees, a non-governmental organization have organized a robotic session for students of Aburi Girls Senior High School. This activity is part of measures...
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has named Accra as UNESCO World Book Capital for 2023, following the evaluation of the World Book Capital Advisory Committee. The Director-General of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, at the announcement, said after Guadalajara (Mexico) in 2022, the city of Accra has been...
through its Digital Design and Creative Coding Hub project Coding has exploded in recent years, changing from something used in computer games and the occasional electronic device to something which shapes how we live in the modern world. This means that now is an excellent time for learning how to code. Coding is an exciting...
The African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) has admitted the first cohort of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) into its new private sector initiative - ACET Business Transform (ABT). The first 10 SMEs, based in Ghana, were competitively selected from more than 70 applicants by an independent panel of...
Switch to all-virtual model enables teachers from all 16 regions to take part in Train-the-Trainer sessions Survey reveals teachers wish to continue virtual model even after pandemic subsides AfriCanCode Challenge mobilises youth enthusiasm for digital skills Despite the dual challenges of low Internet penetration and a switch to virtual...
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