Huawei Ghana partners Ministry of Education to support the teaching and learning of ICT

The Methodist Girls Senior High School at Mamfe in the Eastern Region of Ghana has gotten 20 PCs and 1 projector from Huawei Ghana, as a component of measures to help the in teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the school.

Talking at the donation event held at Mamfe, the Deputy Minister for Education, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, expressed gratitude toward the administration of Huawei Technologies (Ghana) S. A Ltd for its continous help in the turn of events and headway of schooling in the country.

According to him the donation proves to be useful as the government keeps on zeroing in on giving imperative assets to really upgrade education, particularly towards the advancement of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) schooling.

Rev. Ntim Fordjour expressed that the securing of critical reasoning and different abilities by students is a need of government and depicted the fulfillment of Information Technology as exceptionally significant for all, regardless of the field of study.

The Deputy Minister described the significance ICT plays in the existences of students particularly young ladies. He praised the school for the various neighborhood and global advanced mechanics grants it has stowed before, out of appreciation for the country. He charged the school’s mechanical technology group to continue endeavoring to acquire more honors.

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The Deputy Minister guaranteed the school that plans were being made to tar all streets in the school to upgrade and establish a helpful climate for viable educating and learning.


Madam Jenny Zhou, the Director for Public and Government Affairs at Huawei Ghana said that, as a capable corporate foundation, Huawei is focused on improving training and has over the course of the years contributed to the improvement of schooling in Ghana.

She praised the Ministry of Education for focusing on STEM training and vowed to cooperate with the Ministry to help with the education of ICT in schools. She expressed that Huawei has faith in spanning the orientation gap in ICT and is thusly setting up the right measures to advocate for the advancement of ladies in innovation.

“A few weeks ago, we joined the Ministry of Education to donate some ICT devices to the Bosomtwe Girls STEM School at Deduako all geared towards promoting the learning of IT in schools, especially for girls.

“I am therefore very happy to be here today to do same, hoping that the devices we are donating will be utilized to enhance your ICT skills,” she added.

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She proceeded, “As an organization, we strongly believe in developing the ICT skills of the citizenry, especially the youth. In light of this, a few days ago we launched our Leadership Employability Advancement and Possibility (LEAP) Program in Ghana to create an opportunity for many Ghanaian youth to develop an interest in acquiring ICT skills to help them in their field of endeavor”.

The Director for Public and Government Affairs expressed that through the LEAP program, Huawei desires to give ICT expertise training to 100,000+ Ghanaians by 2024 with the adolescent as their key concentration. She asked the students to make the most of chances that come their direction whiles in school to foster their abilities for later.

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