The Programme being implemented by the government, in addition to sensitizing and empowering girls to step up ICT usage among them, seeks to demystify the study of the subject so that girls are not left behind in the digital world.


The training exercise, being held simultaneously across the 12 Districts including Central Gonja, Bole, West Mamprusi, Sagnarigu and Tamale Metro, will see the participants acquire knowledge on specialized ICT software.

Community Information Centers at the Districts are serving as the lesson centers for the training.

Madam Patricia Dovi Sampson, Director of Research Statistics and Information Management at the Ministry, who opened the training in Tamale on Thursday, urged teachers of ICT to adopt strategies to teach the subject so as to generate a lot of interest among the girls.

She on the other hand advised the participants to take the study of the subject as fun and not to feel intimidated by it.

An ICT competition among participants, has been scheduled to climax the two-week long training on the 26th of April which coincides with “Girls ICT Day” celebration.

The occasion is an awareness-raising initiative designed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to pay tribute to women’s contribution to the technology careers to whip up the interest of the new generation of girls in Science and Mathematics.

Source: GNA
By Albert Futukpor

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