Teen Pad Drive Campaign, provides menstrual hygiene products and education to girls in underprivileged communities. Menstruation is a natural biological process, yet for many girls around the world, it poses a significant challenge.
The extent to which economies are going more digital, the situation could get worse, if girls or women are not empowered to fit the digital world. It is estimated that more than 75million jobs are to be lost whiles 133million new jobs created. Read More
Gender inequality has been a bane on development across countries. For example, in Ghana, Girls have been neglected in participating in major careers including STEM.Empirical data currently suggest, out every 10 STEM professionals, only 1 couldRead More
Teentalk Ghana with support from the US Embassy is organising a coding program geared towards empowering young girls between the ages of 12 – 25 years with coding skills.This program will be in collaboration with nonihub, and the Nation YouthRead More
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on communities across the globe, particularly in terms of economic, social and health. In Ghana, many communities have experienced job losses and the pandemic had exposed the weakness in our health systems. Rural communities have seen reduced access to medical care, and a lack of essential supplies such as personal protective equipment (PPE).
The management of TeenTalk gh is key to its success and therefore, the organisation will among other things have a proper structure of workers including board of directors who will be individuals of good academic and social standing. The order of
Teen Talk GH is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that focuses on creating safe spaces for teenagers to learn about sexual health, rights and empowerment. Founded by Miss Linat Osman Kundaribuo and Kunlie Desmond, Teen Talk GH works hand in hand with the government and other NGOs to provide youth development, skills training and empowerment opportunities to young people.
The involvement of media in contributing to ensuring quality education would help Ghana make greater contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals which focuses on quality education. The Coordinator of the Northern Network for Education
Accra, March 10, GNA – The Ghana Code Club and its partners iSpace Foundation, a technology innovation hub have organised a first ever digital skills competition for school pupils aged eight to 12 years at Labone in Accra. It was dubbed: