News & Updates
- Achievers Ghana at the Launch of National Reading Day
- Achievers Ghana attends Child Protection Workshop.
- Empowering 200 girls in Programming and Robotics in Nima – Accra.
- Achievers Ghana Celebrates International Literacy Day 2018
- Help Grow Healthy & Successful Children
- Achievers Ghana Performance at the World Children’s Day.
- Achievers Ghana at World Children’s Day
- Scratch Coding Program at Achievers Ghana on Africa Code Week.
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Imagine a nation with a coding generation? Young kids, adults and youth, using core analytical skills to solve problems, build industry and reduce inequality in Ghana. Coding is the literacy of the digital age indeed, a whole new language for … Continue reading
Educating girls is essential to the advancement of a nation. This is not just about a few people’s lives (although it should matter just as much if it were), what Achievers is doing is going to have and effect on … Continue reading
A total of 468,053 are expected to sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which begins today [Monday] across the country. The Ghana Education Service Speaking to Citi News, the Public Relations Officer of GES, Reverend Jonathan Bettey, said … Continue reading
Thank you Achievers Ghana for giving me hope. Those were the words of Huda Anaafi. Huda Anaafi is a proud member of Achievers Ghana and student of Alwaleed Comprehensive Basic Junior High School at Nima Kanda. Huda is preparing to write … Continue reading
Alhamdulillah, we are truly blessed to have reached another month in which our good deeds are multiplied manifold. This year 350 girls from slum communities are under scholarship and girl’s empowerment program. Let keep the smiles of these girls alive … Continue reading
On 23rd April, 2017, Achievers Ghana climaxed its Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) event with an educational forum on the theme “Promoting Basic Education in the Zongo Communities”. The goal was to raise awareness on the importance of basic education … Continue reading
RYTHM Foundation (RF), through its partnership with Worldreader, funded an e-reader project for Achievers Ghana by sponsoring 50 Kindle e-readers immaculately pre-loaded with 100 books. The concept here was instead of setting up libraries and filling them with physical books, these … Continue reading