As part of our activities geared toward collaboration and women inclusion in the tech space, AmaliTech has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CAMFED – Campaign for Female Education Ghana to empower young women with digital skills to enhance employability, with various employment pathways.
Central to the operations of both entities is the empowerment of young women through the provision of decent jobs and skills training.
The MOU, which was signed on Thursday, 10th March 2022 will be valid for 3 years.
In a brief event honoured by Matthew Darkwa (Director of Operations, AmaliTech), Sally Yeboah (National Director, CAMFED Ghana), and Lois Young (CSR Team Lead, AmaliTech), among other dignitaries, both parties agreed to collaborate and connect young women from CAMFED to AmaliTech’s training programmes, organise boot camps and roll out other interventions specifically targeted at equipping the young women with skills requisite to building a good career.
This partnership would encourage women to venture into the tech industry, and maximise their potential.
CAMFED – Campaign for Female Education supports some of the most excluded girls in sub-Saharan Africa to go to school, learn, thrive, and lead change for their families and communities.