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The Empowerment of young girls in GHANA with Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Skill Acquisition Community is key to Meeting the global and local Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 4, 8, 9 and 16 mandate. In 2015, 195 nations agreed with the United Nations that they can change the world for the better.
This will be accomplished by bringing together their respective governments, businesses, media, institutions of higher education, and local NGOs to improve the lives of the people in their country by the year 2030. The SDG Goals 4 It aims to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”. The SDG Goals 8 Borders on Decent work and economic growth whilst SDG Goal 9 focuses on Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure.
GHAPPACADEMY is an online skill Acquisition program which seeks to actively and consistently promote youth entrepreneurship in GHANA. A major characteristic of this project is that it will not only encourage and inspire but will boost entrepreneurial confidence in young people of the region. Ghappacademy is a product of Aggreybuttons and NMT2030.
Laying its emphasis on the marginalisation of kayaye street girls in Accra (Ghana) and the continuities between contemporary and historical forms of exploitation and slavery.
As of August 2019, we came across the story of Kayaye girls in Accra and the long legacy of northern Ghanaian slavery.
As we all know, across all major markets in Ghana; you will spot Kayayei or female head porters. These groups of adolescent girls or young women, ranging from age 9 to 35, carry goods and wares on their heads in large aluminum pans. Most Kayayei migrate predominantly from the Northern and Upper West Regions to Southern Ghana in attempt to escape poverty and other harmful practices such as child and forced marriages and female genital mutilation by working in this informal sector. We discovered that they owned internet enabled phones which they used to watch comedy and unproductive content online.
As of March 23, more than 124 countries have closed their education systems either in full or in specific regions, and closures now affect more than 1.25 billion learners worldwide. As Fernando Reimers and his collaborators note in their book Letters to A New Minister of Education, your job as an education minister is now to “make sense of the mess”—to turn a series of interrelated challenges into a series of organized and prioritized problems and then into a strategy for action.
The COVID-19 “mess” for education is a unique one. We have limited information about the likely path of the pandemic. Ministers, educators, communities, families, and learners will all have to make decisions in a context of “radical uncertainty.” To assist decision-making during the pandemic, we highlight six things that you as a minister of education should consider as you plan. Not too long ago, John Chambers of Cisco hit the nail on the head when he said that “40% of businesses will fail in the next 10 years, if they don’t figure out how to accommodate new technologies”. As daunting as it sounds, these sentiments about transformation ring true, especially as we catapult into the era of ecommerce, new social media platforms and a WFH world.
With Ghappacademy, students learn skilled business principles through our local languages [Ga, twi, and Hausa). Our courses explain the keys to creating and mastering a selling skill, networking, and understanding the market. The Skill Acquisition Learning Community is a comprehensive skill training and self-training course covering listening, speaking, reading, writing, and learning the art of any business and empowering female youths in a community that can’t afford school fees in schools in the Nation. . Enjoy
Fiifi Pappie Aggrey
Founder | Team Lead
To raise and equip a generation of young female entrepreneurs capable of Learning, Starting, Managing, and Growing businesses that can compete globally.
To provide content that is positive, vibrant, inspiring, valued, and encouraging, helping succeed in becoming life-long learners.
- To provide Skill Acquisition programs that develop students’ curiosity and creativity.
- To develop responsible and engaged learners.
- To build each student’s resilience and self-esteem.
- To provide a curriculum that is rich and relevant and allows all students to succeed.
- To contribute towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals that seek to halve poverty by 2035.
At Ghappacademy we reiterate our commitment to educating rural area girls, providing them with equal career opportunities & wishing them immense success.
Basics Soap Making 101
Note; In this video, Auntie Esi teaches us ways to Basics of Soap-making 101 in the Ghanaian language (Twi Ga, Hausa). Which will help you navigate your way around the skill of making soap. Whether you are a fresh leaner or a professional this course will help you become better.
Basics of Makeup 101
Note; In this video, Deborah teaches us ways to Basics of Makeup 101 in the Ghanaian language (Twi Ga, Hausa). Which will help you navigate your way around the skill of making a Hair conditioner. Whether you are a fresh learner or a professional this course will help you become better.
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