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Ghana is proactively enabling rural connectivity with an ambitious plan to construct 30 community ICT centres. Following this plan, the Minister for Communications, Hon. Ursula Owusu Ekuful commissions ICT laboratory at New Century Career Training Institute in the Ablekuma West Municipality. She also commissioned two Community ICT Centers in the Ga West Municipality, recently. See tweet below
The Ministry of Communications, through the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), has led the expansion of ICT infrastructure and services to underserved and unserved communities across the country through the implementation of various universal access programmes and projects.
The ICT Center forms part of the broader vision of the President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo Addo’s initiative to intensify ICT education in the country as well as encourage the youth to participate in the technology world. The Centre is meant to train and make ICT skills and technology common to everyone, leaving no one behind.
— Ministry of Comms (@mocghana) June 12, 2020
Minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu Ekuful has commissioned two Community ICT Centers in the Ga West Municipality today.@GIFECGhana @UrsulaOw @_Africa24 @EbenSab @SBawumia @NAkufoAddo @mocghana @moigovgh @DPC_Ghana @GhanaTechLab @NCAGhana @GHCyberSecurity pic.twitter.com/VioW6IcHth
— Ministry of Comms (@mocghana) June 11, 2020
— Ghana Investment Fund 4 Electronic Communications (@GIFECGhana) June 12, 2020