SOS Ghana Collaboration
Coding for kids, also known as C4K, is a project being organised by AmaliTech and SOS Children’s Villages, Ghana. The project is tailored purposely to train young children between the ages of 9 and 14 years to code with passion and skills that can only come from continuous learning and the right coaching.
Coding lessons will be organised for eligible kids in all four SOS Hermann Gmeiner Schools in Ghana. Trainers from the AmaliTech Training Academy will train ICT teachers in all four schools (Tema, Kumasi, Asiakwa and Tamale) through a curriculum specially drawn up to appeal to the senses of a curious mind. At the end of the training programme, the teachers should have the requisite knowledge to take the students through the lessons smoothly.
With AmaliTech’s desire to empower the next generation of technology leaders in Sub-Saharan Africa, collaborating with SOS CV Ghana is a step in the right direction.
It is our hope that this project will whet the appetites of the young ones in the field of Technology and also garner a huge representation in the Inclusion and Diversity sector. We are building a legacy in Ghana that says it’s absolutely okay to understand computers and what they do in our everyday life. We are saying that spending an hour a day being coached by the right people in the right way can secure the professional pathway for all children.
AmaliTech as a Social Business - Our Milestones
Opening of AmaliTech Training Academy in Takoradi, Ghana and AmaliTech gGmbH in Cologne, Germany.
First batch of trainees is welcomed to Training Academy
Opening of AmaliTech Service Center – first batch starts working.
Second batch is welcomed to Training Academy.
Third batch is welcomed to Training Academy – first three months of training are remote. Second batch starts working at Service Centre. Training Academy moves to new building.