AITI-KACE Holds e-Transform Overview Beneficiary Workshop
To identify some challenges and successes of the ongoing e-Transform Capacity Building Project funded by the World Bank, a Beneficiary Presentation workshop has been organized by the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) implementers of the project.
The workshop offered a platform for some of the beneficiaries of the e-Transform Capacity Building Project to make a presentation to stakeholders on what they have been trained on and how they are implementing it in their respective schools.
Among the stakeholders were officers from the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service, the Ministry of Communication and Management and Staff of AITI-KACE.
Dr. Albert Amoah Saah who chaired the occasion expressed how he was thrilled by the presentations of the selected beneficiaries, and was optimistic that project will meet its objectives of improving the effective way of teaching and learning in Ghana for rapid socio-economic development.
According to Dr. Saah a total of 686 has been trained so far under the first phase of five batches in some selected regions of the country.
Out of the total 686 beneficiaries under the project, 80 representing 12% are females and 606 representing 88% are males, with Eastern region recording the highest number of beneficiaries of 203, followed by Ashanti with 154, Brong-Ahafo and Greater Accra having 77 each, Upper East with 70, Northern region with 56 and Upper West 49, whilst Western, Central and Volta regions are yet to have their turns.