Young at Heart Ghana as an organisation seeks to champion the use of digital platforms in creating exciting learning experiences for Ghanaian children
Young at Heart Ghana as an organisation seeks to champion the use of digital platforms in creating exciting learning experiences for Ghanaian children, thus Ananse the Teacher Educational Tour to various schools and communities across the country. We reach out to students/children through ICT outreaches, Digital Learning Clubsand Digital Fairs as well as Running ICT learning Hubs. Our core mandate has been to empower the next generation of digital innovators to be able to explore the learning of subjects like Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M) using the Ananse APP.
We look forward to empower students to discover practical S.T.E.A.M with everyday materials, to educate culture and tourist site, the amazing Ghanaian folklore stories as well as encourage them to develop the attitude of reading and better comprehension skills at the event.
Aside all other outreaches we have had this year, the recent school we visited was Bankoe Central JHS in Ho and we plan of visiting Nagie’s Angels Educational Centre in Kumasi, Oriens Complex and La Bawaleshie JHS, both in Accra and many others across the country.
Amend Foundation is helping the originators to facilitate the Tour in Kukuom in the Asunafo South District.
The Assembly Member for Kukuom Abr)mamu Electoral Area, thanked Young at Heart for not side-lining Kukuom a community in the rural enclave if Ahafo. He prayed other organizations to follow the good deeds of Young at heart in reaching out to rural school children.
Source: Ahafo news