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The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has presented 500 computers and uninterrupted power systems to 25 girlss senior high schools and 10 Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills (ICCES) in the country.

The presentation formed part of GIFEC’s school connectivity projects which seeks to help bridge the digital divide between rural and urban Ghana.
The computers and the UPS before the presentation

Besides helping to equip students of the beneficiary schools with information technology skills, it is also to empower the ICCESS to combat youth unemployment, rural-urban drift and contribute to the development of micro and small-scale enterprise among the youth.

ICCES centres are vocational schools that teach valuable skills such as masonry, electricals and dressmaking, as well as supporting students in general areas such as Maths, English and Health. 

Apart from the computers and the UPS which cost GH¢ 1,020,000, the schools are also expected to receive scanners, printers, projectors and internet connectivity next year.  

Since 2010, GIFEC has established ICT centres in all teacher training colleges, national vocational training centres, agriculture colleges and all regional libraries except in the Upper West Region.

The beneficiary institution

The  beneficiary schools include Serwaa Kesse Girls School, OLA Girls (Kenyase), Notre Dame Girls SHS, Mount Camel Girls SHS, Tamale Girls SHS, St Francis Girls SHS, Our Lady of Providence SHS, Gambaga Girls SHS, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, Arcbishop Porter Girls SHS, Axim, Islamic Girls SHS, Diaspora Girls SHS, St Roses Girls SHS, Krobo Girls and T.I Ahmadiya SHS.
The headmistress of St Francis Girls School receiving her school computers from the Deputy minister of Communications, Felix Kwakye-Ofosu

It is the turn of a representative of Bolgatanga Girls SHS

Our Lady of Providence headmistress could not hide her smile

T.I Ahmadiya headmistress receives hers from the Administrator of  GIFEC, Mr Kofi Attoh

The ICCES are located at Shama (Western), Gyedu (Brong Ahafo) Tetrefu and Baworo (Ashanti), Akrofufu and Tapreman (Eastern), Ngleshie-Amanfro and Agomeda (Greater Accra), and Kedzi (Volta )

At the ceremony, the Administrator of GIFC, Mr Kofi Attor, said the fund had a responsibility to ensure that Ghanaians, especially those in rural Ghana, also benefited from Information Communication Technology. 

He urged the beneficiary institutions to put the computers to good use, and added that the fund would only be motivated to give more to the institutions if they took good care of the computers.


Monitor students’ use of computers 

A Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Felix Kwakye-Fosu, said while the presentation was a commitment of the government to ICT education in Ghana, it was important that the heads of the institutions strictly monitored their students’ use of the computer

The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has presented 500 computers and uninterrupted power systems to 25 girlss senior high schools and 10 Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills (ICCES) in the country.
The presentation formed part of GIFEC’s school connectivity projects which seeks to help bridge the digital divide between rural and urban Ghana.
Besides helping to equip students of the beneficiary schools with information technology skills, it is also to empower the ICCESS to combat youth unemployment, rural-urban drift and contribute to the development of micro and small-scale enterprise among the youth.
ICCES centres are vocational schools that teach valuable skills such as masonry, electricals and dressmaking, as well as supporting students in general areas such as Maths, English and Health.
Apart from the computers and the UPS which cost GH¢ 1,020,000, the schools are also expected to receive scanners, printers, projectors and internet connectivity next year.
Since 2010, GIFEC has established ICT centres in all teacher training colleges, national vocational training centres, agriculture colleges and all regional libraries except in the Upper West Region.

The beneficiary institution

The  beneficiary schools include Serwaa Kesse Girls School, OLA Girls (Kenyase), Notre Dame Girls SHS, Mount Camel Girls SHS, Tamale Girls SHS, St Francis Girls SHS, Our Lady of Providence SHS, Gambaga Girls SHS, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, Arcbishop Porter Girls SHS, Axim, Islamic Girls SHS, Diaspora Girls SHS, St Roses Girls SHS, Krobo Girls and T.I Ahmadiya SHS.
The ICCES are located at Shama (Western), Gyedu (Brong Ahafo) Tetrefu and Baworo (Ashanti), Akrofufu and Tapreman (Eastern), Ngleshie-Amanfro and Agomeda (Greater Accra), and Kedzi (Volta )
At the ceremony, the Administrator of GIFC, Mr Kofi Attor, said the fund had a responsibility to ensure that Ghanaians, especially those in rural Ghana, also benefited from Information Communication Technology.
He urged the beneficiary institutions to put the computers to good use, and added that the fund would only be motivated to give more to the institutions if they took good care of the computers.

Monitor students’ use of computers 

A Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Felix Kwakye-Fosu, said while the presentation was a commitment of the government to ICT education in Ghana, it was important that the heads of the institutions strictly monitored their students’ use of the computer
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The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has presented 500 computers and uninterrupted power systems to 25 girlss senior high schools and 10 Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills (ICCES) in the country.
The presentation formed part of GIFEC’s school connectivity projects which seeks to help bridge the digital divide between rural and urban Ghana.
Besides helping to equip students of the beneficiary schools with information technology skills, it is also to empower the ICCESS to combat youth unemployment, rural-urban drift and contribute to the development of micro and small-scale enterprise among the youth.
ICCES centres are vocational schools that teach valuable skills such as masonry, electricals and dressmaking, as well as supporting students in general areas such as Maths, English and Health. 
Apart from the computers and the UPS which cost GH¢ 1,020,000, the schools are also expected to receive scanners, printers, projectors and internet connectivity next year.  
Since 2010, GIFEC has established ICT centres in all teacher training colleges, national vocational training centres, agriculture colleges and all regional libraries except in the Upper West Region.
The beneficiary institution
The  beneficiary schools include Serwaa Kesse Girls School, OLA Girls (Kenyase), Notre Dame Girls SHS, Mount Camel Girls SHS, Tamale Girls SHS, St Francis Girls SHS, Our Lady of Providence SHS, Gambaga Girls SHS, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, Arcbishop Porter Girls SHS, Axim, Islamic Girls SHS, Diaspora Girls SHS, St Roses Girls SHS, Krobo Girls and T.I Ahmadiya SHS.
The ICCES are located at Shama (Western), Gyedu (Brong Ahafo) Tetrefu and Baworo (Ashanti), Akrofufu and Tapreman (Eastern), Ngleshie-Amanfro and Agomeda (Greater Accra), and Kedzi (Volta )
At the ceremony, the Administrator of GIFC, Mr Kofi Attor, said the fund had a responsibility to ensure that Ghanaians, especially those in rural Ghana, also benefited from Information Communication Technology. 
He urged the beneficiary institutions to put the computers to good use, and added that the fund would only be motivated to give more to the institutions if they took good care of the computers.
Monitor students’ use of computers 
A Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Felix Kwakye-Fosu, said while the presentation was a commitment of the government to ICT education in Ghana, it was important that the heads of the institutions strictly monitored their students’ use of the computer

The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has presented 500 computers and uninterrupted power systems to 25 girlss senior high schools and 10 Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills (ICCES) in the country.
The presentation formed part of GIFEC’s school connectivity projects which seeks to help bridge the digital divide between rural and urban Ghana.
Besides helping to equip students of the beneficiary schools with information technology skills, it is also to empower the ICCESS to combat youth unemployment, rural-urban drift and contribute to the development of micro and small-scale enterprise among the youth.
ICCES centres are vocational schools that teach valuable skills such as masonry, electricals and dressmaking, as well as supporting students in general areas such as Maths, English and Health. 
Apart from the computers and the UPS which cost GH¢ 1,020,000, the schools are also expected to receive scanners, printers, projectors and internet connectivity next year.  
Since 2010, GIFEC has established ICT centres in all teacher training colleges, national vocational training centres, agriculture colleges and all regional libraries except in the Upper West Region.
The beneficiary institution
The  beneficiary schools include Serwaa Kesse Girls School, OLA Girls (Kenyase), Notre Dame Girls SHS, Mount Camel Girls SHS, Tamale Girls SHS, St Francis Girls SHS, Our Lady of Providence SHS, Gambaga Girls SHS, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, Arcbishop Porter Girls SHS, Axim, Islamic Girls SHS, Diaspora Girls SHS, St Roses Girls SHS, Krobo Girls and T.I Ahmadiya SHS.
The ICCES are located at Shama (Western), Gyedu (Brong Ahafo) Tetrefu and Baworo (Ashanti), Akrofufu and Tapreman (Eastern), Ngleshie-Amanfro and Agomeda (Greater Accra), and Kedzi (Volta )
At the ceremony, the Administrator of GIFC, Mr Kofi Attor, said the fund had a responsibility to ensure that Ghanaians, especially those in rural Ghana, also benefited from Information Communication Technology. 
He urged the beneficiary institutions to put the computers to good use, and added that the fund would only be motivated to give more to the institutions if they took good care of the computers.
Monitor students’ use of computers 
A Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Felix Kwakye-Fosu, said while the presentation was a commitment of the government to ICT education in Ghana, it was important that the heads of the institutions strictly monitored their students’ use of the computer

The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC) has presented 500 computers and uninterrupted power systems to 25 girlss senior high schools and 10 Integrated Community Centres for Employable Skills (ICCES) in the country.
The presentation formed part of GIFEC’s school connectivity projects which seeks to help bridge the digital divide between rural and urban Ghana.
Besides helping to equip students of the beneficiary schools with information technology skills, it is also to empower the ICCESS to combat youth unemployment, rural-urban drift and contribute to the development of micro and small-scale enterprise among the youth.
ICCES centres are vocational schools that teach valuable skills such as masonry, electricals and dressmaking, as well as supporting students in general areas such as Maths, English and Health. 
Apart from the computers and the UPS which cost GH¢ 1,020,000, the schools are also expected to receive scanners, printers, projectors and internet connectivity next year.  
Since 2010, GIFEC has established ICT centres in all teacher training colleges, national vocational training centres, agriculture colleges and all regional libraries except in the Upper West Region.
The beneficiary institution
The  beneficiary schools include Serwaa Kesse Girls School, OLA Girls (Kenyase), Notre Dame Girls SHS, Mount Camel Girls SHS, Tamale Girls SHS, St Francis Girls SHS, Our Lady of Providence SHS, Gambaga Girls SHS, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, Arcbishop Porter Girls SHS, Axim, Islamic Girls SHS, Diaspora Girls SHS, St Roses Girls SHS, Krobo Girls and T.I Ahmadiya SHS.
The ICCES are located at Shama (Western), Gyedu (Brong Ahafo) Tetrefu and Baworo (Ashanti), Akrofufu and Tapreman (Eastern), Ngleshie-Amanfro and Agomeda (Greater Accra), and Kedzi (Volta )
At the ceremony, the Administrator of GIFC, Mr Kofi Attor, said the fund had a responsibility to ensure that Ghanaians, especially those in rural Ghana, also benefited from Information Communication Technology. 
He urged the beneficiary institutions to put the computers to good use, and added that the fund would only be motivated to give more to the institutions if they took good care of the computers.
Monitor students’ use of computers 
A Deputy Minister of Communications, Mr Felix Kwakye-Fosu, said while the presentation was a commitment of the government to ICT education in Ghana, it was important that the heads of the institutions strictly monitored their students’ use of the computer

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