We are thrilled to partner with the Kavli Trust to support social entrepreneurs working to transform education in Ghana. The Kavli Trust has provided grant funding to 4 exceptional social entrepreneurs with innovative solutions that address gaps in the formal education system. Our four social entrerpeneurs help the most vulnerable children in Ghana: those with autism and learning disabilities, children living in rural areas, and children at risk of dropping out of school entirely. These highly motivated social entrepreneurs are supported through our incubator to help them build financially sustainable and scaleable organizations that will continue to impact Ghanaian children's lives for years to come, and ensure that Ghanaian education is inclusive for all children.
These 4 incredible social entreprenuers are being supported by the Kavli Trust to transform education in Ghana. Hover over their photos below to find out how their projects are making a big difference in Ethiopian society!
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
Serwah Quaynor AACT Ghana Serwah is the founder of the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre (AACT), a centre that provides education for children and youth with autism, the only of its kind in Ghana. ...Read more
Anthony Agee-kum Edutainment Homework Canopy Anthony is the founder of Edutainment Canopy Initiative which promotes rural education by the provision of edutainment canopies! ...Read more
Cecilia Fiaka Nneka Youth Foundation Over the last two years NNEKA YOUTH Foundation has taken giant strides in changing the lives and mindset of over 1,000 children. The foundation intends to solve the problems of teenage pregnancy, drug abuse among the youth in rural areas as well as the continual deterioration of exam results through the organization of Youth Development Programs. ...Read more
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