Posted 1 month ago
In Ghana, all “physical” schools have closed down as part of the national response. With most families forced to home-school, there is a lingering question: Does this imply a levelling of access to education? A DreamOval Foundation snap study provides some answers.
Posted 4 months ago
2020, looks exciting already with the expansion of Females in Tech initiative to the Volta region to support 2,500 girls from underprivileged communities.
Posted 8 months ago
In addition to this year’s Africa Code Week is the introduction of children with special needs to coding using Scratch in order to ensure they are a part of the digital revolution.
Posted 12 months ago
The foundation has launched the second edition of Females in Tech Initiative.
Posted 1 year ago
FemITI serves as a platform that creates the enabling environment to actively empower females for the development of Ghana
As part of addressing SDG 4 and 5, DreamOval Foundation introduced FemITI.
Posted 2 years ago
The meeting set the DreamOval Foundation on a new path by connecting us with SAP in early 2016.
Posted 4 years ago
Skills development initiative surpasses expectations as it makes strides toward goal of training 5m African youth by 2025.
On Monday 17 October, SAP and DreamOval Foundation Ltd announced the launch of Africa Code Week 2016 in Ghana
Mr Kufuor spoke about how The Kufuor Foundation selected 14 tertiary graduates out of over 500 who applied for training in leadership and governance.
Truth is I didn’t prepare until the day came. Few hours to the event, I was handed the programme outline and a bio of the guest speaker.