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Our Change Leaders

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  • Cecilia Fiaka

    Cecilia Fiaka Nneka Youth Foundation

    Cecilia Fiaka helps children from having their childhoods cut short by teenage pregnancy, drug use and incomplete education. Nkeka Youth Foundation has touched the lives of thousands of Ghanaian kids through summer camps, tours, educational programs and career development, instilling a sense of self-worth and ambition that helps the youth focus on their future goals and dreams.

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  • Erasmus Acko & Marian Ewuram

    Erasmus Acko & Marian Ewuram IT4Teens

    Knowing just how important ICT skills are in an increasingly digital world, Erasmus Ackon and Marian Ewurama Wiredu saw an opportunity to help combat poverty through skills development. With a target on children aged 8 and up, the pair founded IT4Teens to train young people in topics ranging from basic computer skills to app development and graphic design to make them competitive and relevant in the job market and ensure a brighter future.

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  • Sheila Osei Boakye

    Sheila Osei Boakye Literacy for Life

    Literacy for Life aims to equip trainers of pupils with the skills required to lay a strong foundation for language and literacy. It also equips children with the ability to build a strong foundation for reading and literacy which is the vehicle for academic excellence.

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  • Alice Amoako

    Alice Amoako Autism Ambassadors of Ghana

    Alice's organization conducts autism awareness activities that will change the the way Ghana and the world look view people with autism. She has developed an app that educates and informs the public about autism and also provides an emergency response system for caregivers of autistic children, who are often marginalized in society.

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  • Josephine Marie Godwyll

    Josephine Marie Godwyll Young at Heart Gh

    Josephine founded Young at Heart Gh to improve education in rural areas in Ghana. Her solution makes use of technology to improve the learning experience of children in rural schools by empowering them with basic computer skills, setting up ICT learning hubs equipped with computers and educational software and encouraging the use of these facilities for distant learning tutorials.

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  • Israel A.  Yeboah

    Israel A. Yeboah Unilynq

    Israel is using his organization Unilynq to eliminate the use of traditional student data storage in paper form while increasing the number of students passing their exam each year. Unilynq is a data storage system and an e-learning platform for students that keeps track of their academic data and helps students to enhance their learning. Unilynq is an online web application that can be used across various platforms including PCs and mobile devices.

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  • Current Change Leaders / Alumni
  • James Kofi Annan

    James Kofi Annan Challenging Heights

    Through education, economic empowerment and community mobilization, Challenging Heights targets at- risk, poor families to explain the dangers of child trafficking and to address the root cause of slavery.

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  • Peter Kwarteng

    Peter Kwarteng Neonatal Network Support System

    Peter Kwarteng strives to reduce the mortality rate of newborns by giving health personnel easy access to life-saving information through movile phones. His work is improving the chances of survival for vulnerable babies through education, institutional networking and financial support for critical emergency medical care.

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  • Lily Kudzro

    Lily Kudzro Devio Arts

    Understanding the role that creative arts play in children’s cognitive, social and emotional development, Lily is working to revitalize the arts in Ghana – as an extracurricular activity and in traditional classrooms – through community and school workshops, a mobile arts bus and by strengthening the ties between arts teachers across Ghana.

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  • Regina Honu

    Regina Honu Tech Needs Girls

    Regina is addressing the gender gap in ICT by connecting girls to female computer science and engineering pros who teach and inspire the youth. Girls in the program learn critical thinking skills they need to solve problems in their communities, to build their confidence and to set them on a path to become future leaders and tech innovators.

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  • Hayford Siaw

    Hayford Siaw Street Library

    Street Library brings mobile libraries to rural communities in order to promote literacy and educational curiosity among children in rural areas.

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  • Felix Uzor

    Felix Uzor Felix Fitness

    Felix Fitness offers programs that promotes water safety by educating students and informing beach and hotel managers about proper safety precautions. Using education and advocacy, Felix has raised awareness about the risks of water activities and how to prevent drownings. He has also equipped hundreds of young people with water safety, rescue and CPR skills.

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  • Susan Sabaa

    Susan Sabaa CRRECENT

    Susan Sabaa works with children who are in or have been released from the juvenile justice system, to reintegrate them into the community.

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