4th National Celebration of Girls In ICT Held in HO

The Government of Ghana is pursuing a vigorous national broadband infrastructure development to reach all parts of the country. This would provide enough bandwidth capacity for ICT deployment that will eventually open up business and employment opportunities as well as promote research, innovation, training and skills acquisition.

These were disclosed by the Minister for Communications Dr. Edward Omane Boamah during the 4th National Celebration of Girls in ICT Day in the Volta regional capital, Ho.

Interfaith Harmony Week to foster religious harmony launched

The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) has launched an Interfaith Harmony Week, under  the theme: “One Nation, Many Faiths” to help strengthen national efforts towards peace and tranquility.

Dubbed the “National Interfaith Harmony Week,” the occasion seeks to bring together Christians, Muslims, Traditionalists and people of other religious faith to consolidate the prevailing unity and peaceful co-existence and harmony in the country.

Ghana & Mauritius Agreed on ICT Park in Tema

Mauritius have signed a framework agreement for the development of a Technology Park in Tema. The first phase of the park, which will be developed and managed by a Special Purpose Vehicle, will be on a 6.1 hectare serviced land in the Tema Free Zones Enclave.

The agreement was signed in Port Louis, Mauritius on Wednesday, 26th August, 2015.

With an initial investment of US$75million to be scaled up to US$250million, about 5000 direct jobs and thousands of indirect job opportunities will be created on completion of the park.

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