Tigo Ghana

Barcamp Koforidua 2017

  • 27th April 2017

BarCamp Koforidua 2017 is a free networking event to bring people together for a day of learning, sharing, networking and mentoring. The event will happen on 29th April, 2017 at the KAMA Conference Hall in Koftown. The theme is ”Professionalism, Innovation and Competence”. Barcamp Koforidua is organized primarily by the GhanaThink Foundation, an organization based both in…

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Innovation As A Tool For Youth Development

  • 25th April 2017

The Barcamp Ghana programme which is a project run under the GhanaThink Foundation impacts the lives of thousands of Ghanaian youth through advocacy, trainings and discussions on social change. Over the years, the programme has been run in the ten regions of Ghana and affiliate Barcamps like Barcamp Mobex and…

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Barcamp Bolga 2017

  • 5th April 2017

Barcamp Bolga 2017 is a free networking forum to bring people together for a day of learning, sharing, networking and mentoring. It takes place on April 8, 2017 in Bolgatanga. The theme for this year is “Accelerating development through professionalism and competence”. The GhanaThink Foundation has successfully organized 70 BarCamps in Ghana as part of…

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Barcamp Takoradi: Arts and Entertainment Goes Beyond Creativity

  • 10th September 2016

The arts and entertainment industry in Ghana and the world over has become an attractive venture for young creative minds seeking to make their mark. In Africa, the industry has been identified as a significant contributor to the economic development and social progression of the continent and a creator of…

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Tigo Provides Shelter for Education for Future Leaders

  • 2nd September 2016

Most school buildings in rural areas in Ghana are dilapidated which puts the lives of both teachers and pupils in danger. The teachers of these schools also endure the harsh weather conditions and poor learning environments to provide education for these future leaders. Most children in these communities are demoralized…

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