EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES THROUGH ICT

Internet and Communications Technology can change Ghana for the better.
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CURRENT PROJECTS

Amrahia Community JHS Computer Donation

Bringing Internet Technology to the Amrahia community Junior High School.

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Shama GTech Center

Part of Africa ICT's commitment to promoting gender equality in ICT education.

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OUR REACH

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254
Computers Donated

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98
Schools Covered

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10,608
Students Reached

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219
Teachers Trained

PROGRAM AREAS

Education

Our education programs work to improve access and quality of education through equipping schools with computer labs and training of STEM teachers on how to integrate ICT into teaching and learning.

Gender

Our gender program focus on closing the gender gap in the technology sector by using technology tools to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

Health

Our health program focus on improving the health status of people in deprived communities, especially women and children. Our project aimed at reducing infant and maternal mortality through the use of technology.

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What We Do

Africa ICT Right (AIR) is an ICT-oriented NGO established in 2007 and run by a team of volunteers. AIR was established in order to use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools to address critical national problems pertaining to the education, gender, youth empowerment and health in Ghana.

AIR was created out of the belief that the modern world is in the midst of a profound transformation in which personal computers, mobile phones and Internet technologies play critical role but there is great inequality in the distribution of these tools, which is detrimental not only to underserved communities, but also to our society.

We partner with donors, governmental and private institutions, NGOs and local communities to address this detriment through our integrated development programs that provide technological solutions and support directed at educational and health facilities especially in less privileged areas where the digital divide is at its greatest.

Youth Urged To Pursue ICT Education

Mr. Eric Cobbina, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Shama, has commissioned an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) laboratory for the people of Shama with a call on the youth to use ICT responsibly to enhance knowledge. The centre, which has 20 computers and one projector, was valued at GHC54, 000 and funded by the […]

 

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