Achievers celebrated their 3rd anniversary this Saturday, 3rd May, themed Investing in Girls – A catalyst for changing the world. Present were the Imams of Abu Ubaida and several mosques in the community, Jazi Foundation and friends and Tech Needs Girls. The girls entertained through poetry recitals, quranic recitations and drama. Amina, co-founder, also shared accomplishments in theContinue reading “Celebrating 3 years of supporting girls’ education in the slum”
Achievers held its first forum this year on the theme Sanitation for All, All for Sanitation with about 195 students, parents and community leaders from Ahlussuna in attendance. The goal was to educate families and the community at large on the relevance of keeping the community clean. Succeeding this, a clean up exercise (Operation SweepContinue reading “Sanitation for All, All for Sanitation”
Our very own Amadu Mohammed (Director and co-founder of Achievers Book Club) was a proud recipient of the MTN Heroes for Change award this evening. Amadu was nominated for 3 of the 5 categories, ultimately receiving the award for Community Crusader through his selfless and impactful work at Achievers. He will receive 10,000 Ghana cedisContinue reading “Amadu wins MTN Heroes for Change Award”
Today, 60 girls at Achievers learnt to code during the tech needs girls event organized by Soronko Solutions. The goal of tech needs girls (founded by Regina Agyare) is to empower girls through coding. The girls enjoyed an interactive and energy driven session with over 10 female mentors teaching them how to design and create simple websitesContinue reading “Achievers learn to code”
ABC received 4 full scholarships from the Rising Sun Schools (Dome). Amina and three other promising student from Nima and Maamobi communities. Our sincere thanks goes out to Mr Patrick Acheampong the CEO and Jazi Foundation (Netherlands) for making this possible. Congratulations, Muna, Amina, Sweetie (Aisha) and Afsah. We are proud of you.
The Achievers Book is very happy to have received 2 additional computers this week. The two nice HP desktop computers were kindly donated by FWG African Foods, a Brazilian food company based with an office in in Accra. Mrs Yindra Semanat, the general manager of FWG African Foods, was very kind when giving the computers to ABC’s AmaduContinue reading “Computers kindly donated by FWG African Foods”
The Achievers Book Club is proud to announce that today ABC’s co-founder, Amina Ismeal, was nominated for the World Children’s Peace Prize. The children nominated for 2012 are Amina (15) from Ghana, Anwara (16) from India and Kesz (13) from the Philippines. They were selected from 97 entries from 43 different countries. Amina, Anwara andContinue reading “Children’s Peace Prize Nomination”