NEWS FROM THE AKUAPEM COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SECRETARIAT

 (Authored by Nana Oye Mansa Yeboaa, Dompiahene of Akuapem and Lead Coordinator Akuapem CF) 

SKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY FAIR 2016.

The Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) funding from the WORLD BANK AND DANIDA respectfully invited the general public to the 2016 Skills and Technology Fair. This event exhibited the results of the Ghana Skills and Technology Development Project ( including the Skills Development Fund ) and provided a platform for businesses to engage with industry stakeholders, Development Partners, Government and the General Public.

VENUE: GHANA INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR CENTRE(PAVILION A)

DATE:    9TH TO 11TH NOVEMBER, 2016

TIME:    8:30 AM TO 5:00 PM DAILY

SIDE ATTRACTION: Special session on how to access funding under the second phase of the Skills Development Fund (2016-2020) .

GUEST OF HONOUR: Hon. Pro. Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, Minister of Education

Admission was free.

 

David Osei Sarpong , Technician cum Admin Assistant Akuapem Community Foundation attended and brought out documents for use by our stakeholders and especially Akuapem Ridge.com

 

They are self explanatory

Who we are

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The historical socio-political division of Ghana along cultural lines, normally linguistic resulted in what are known as Traditional Areas. Chiefs normally head these areas. The Chieftaincy Institution exists alongside the modern administrative structures government, as custodians of Ghana’s cultural heritage. Even the most urbane Ghanaian relates to one or the other of these Traditional Areas.