Help us raise Africa's next generation Education leaders
Education is indeed the key to development, transformation and success. With nearly 39 percent of Ghana’s population under the age of 15 (in 2016), the country has a window of opportunity to harness a formidable “demographic dividend”, as long as young people can be appropriately educated.
In spite of the progress Ghana has made in improving access to education for all, there are still challenges preventing thousands of children from going to school and learning. The school environment is usually not conducive to learning. Classes are overcrowded, water and sanitation facilities are inadequate and trained teachers and school books are in short supply, even worse in rural areas. The poor quality of education is reflected in students’ results and subsequently in their way of life.
Our goal is to raise education leaders to provide necessary leadership and inspiration for learning, research, knowledge-sharing and human development, and make quality education and learning easy, less costly and easily accessible to all people through information technology. Our education leaders will seek to build advanced learning platforms and promote a studying community that appreciates the value of education and service, and develop infrastructure and innovative technology for studies, research and service while equipping young people with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the growing demand by the job market.