The iIMAGINEghana Challenge identifies social innovators from Ghana with the passion and potential to make a strong positive impact on the lives of children. Our goal is to create lasting change for children specifically in the sectors of education; child protection; health and nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene; and youth participation.
Through the support of UNICEF Ghana and the EU, the iIMAGINEghana Challenge is empowering creative social innovators who are addressing pressing social issues! Together we are driving lasting social change for children!
These 7 amazing social entreprenuers won the 2015 iIMAGINEghana Competition. Click on their photos below to read more about how their projects are changing our society!
Cordie Aziz Environment 360 The project turns trash into cash helping communities stay healthy and creating an means of economic empowerment. ...Read more
Linda Ansong STEMbees A well-equipped STEM studio where kids can learn, brainstorm and build innovative solutions for their communities. ...Read more
Ishmael Hammond Special Attention Project An mEducation solution which enables effective teaching of the English language using the phonetics of the local dialect (Twi ) for children with learning difficulties in Ghana...Read more
Bernice Dapaah Bright Generation Community Foundation BGCF serves women and youth in Ghana. Their mission is to assist the needy and disadvantaged, reduce poverty and instill a spirit of self-reliance. ...Read more
Ernest Gavor Moja App The app incentivizes individuals to contribute blood by providing free access to qualified medical practitioners through live chats, virtual clinics, daily health tips among others....Read more
Wilson & Zakiya Amooro Trash4Books ...Read more
Randolph Rodrigues & Wolanyo Amoah TTD Media Limited Their platform allows anyone to write and share their own stories as well as contribute to those being created by other members of the network....Read more
Trash4Books recognized on Developmentdiaries.comRead more
Bright Generation supports brilliant female students in Northern Region
Ishmael features in BBC film 'Find A Home For My Brother'!Read more
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