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Launch Of Female Professionals In Electronics

AGIVOC has been selected by GIZ (German Co-operation Agency), KOICA (Korean International Co-operation Agency) and SAMSUNG as well as COTVET to roll out a program for all females interested in the installation, repairs and sales of electrical appliances which has been seen as a course for males. We are very happy to undertake this project because it falls in line with our mission statement which is enhancing the role of the woman/girl child in education. The project also seeks to reinforce the government's strategy on main streaming gender in the TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training) sector by encouraging as many females as possible to pursue technical courses which have been seen as courses for males.

Launch of Females Professionals in electroinics.

On Teusday 31st of May, 2016 an official launch of the project "Female Professionals In Electronics" was organised at the pentecost vocational training center in Gbawe Accra. Present were all the four schools selected to run this program and the participating students. The four schools involved are : the host school (Pentecost Vocational Traning Center), Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tema, CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) - Sovie and Accra Girls Vocational Institute (AGIVOC) - Tesano Accra.  

Dignitaries Present

The honourable Minister of Education, the Samsung Country Director, the Representatives from the Korean Embassy, the representatives from  KOICA, the representatives from the German Embassy, the country director from GIZ and the executive director of  COTVET as well as the media. 

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