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Monica and Angelina learn new skills in Ghana Vocational Skills School

Project Summary


The Ghana Vocational Skills school provides training in the area of catering, dress making & hair dressing to out-of-school girls and women in vulnerable communities in Accra, Ghana.

Ghana's national crisis

Ghana’s population is relatively young, with only around 3 percent of the total population aged 65 years or older. The country has a 56.6% unemployment rate among the youth population (UNESCO, 2016). Based on the historical average, out of about 360,000 secondary school students who graduated in 2020, only about 35% were able to transition into tertiary level, leaving close to 240,000 in search of skills and jobs. It is a general knowledge that enhancing access to job opportunities for these high numbers of second cycle drop-outs requires access to market led competency based skills training for employment or enterprise creation.


Our recent success stories share about how Monica and Angelina has progressed through the Vocational Skills training. You can watch their testimony below. If you would like to donate to the project, click here






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