Remembering Prof. Mills

Posted July 23, 2014 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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I am no poet. Lend me your eyes on a piece I prepared for former President of Ghana, John Evans Atta Mills who moved on to join very distinguished leaders in the silent world. Tomorrow will mark second anniversary since his sudden demise. It would be disheartening on the part of organized labour made up of Trade's Union Congress (TUC) and public sector workers if its one-day industrial action proceed as planned in protest of the current government's unpopular decisions. Not only wi...


Ghana,my motherland

Posted July 3, 2014 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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Tuesday,July 1 2014,a rainy public holiday commemorating Ghana's republic day when the nation totally weaned itself from British colonial some 54 years ago. I woke up the morning and opened twitter from my mobile phone for news updates of the day. Checking the stream of tweets pouring onto my timeline about Ghana,i decided to go a step further and read them one-by-one. Come to realize,a middle class protest had broken off demanding accountable governance from President of the Gha...


My quest to ensure quality education grassroots education

Posted May 24, 2013 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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Hello everybody and greetings from Ghana. Long time. It's been years of my absence from this vibrant community of young change-makers to make our world a better place. Voices of Youth is my home and I am so excited to be back, this time for good to add my voice and action to unite the world for realistic positive change. While I was away, I have been involved in some projects which I want share with you all a couple. These projects are centered around education in Ghana targeting children in dep...


BASIC SCHOOLS RECEIVE FREE LAPTOPS.

Posted October 12, 2011 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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Under the governments’ quest to encourage the studies of information communication technology(ICT) in Ghana,the government and its partners rLg communications,a Ghanaian technology manufacturing firm have started the programme with a target to reach all schools with 60,000 child-friendly laptops to aid pupils in ICT development.This is in light of how the world is now made up of wires in a sense that the global economy is driven by ICT and so would want to instill in the future generation of G...


The Effect of Social Media on Today's World

Posted August 25, 2011 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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Recently,the world has seen a lot of protests, riots and demonstration by a lot of young people who feel that they have been cheated in one way or the other by governments in the country they come from some resulted in acts of violence as a result of these developments. As we see on television and listen on the radio about the protests of young people, we come across a large turn-out at these protests and you could ask yourself what kind of media do organizers use to mobilize the youth because t...


“Achieving Universal Primary Education:” What Ghana is doing.

Posted March 22, 2011 Avatar Kwasi Bekoe

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The number of schools and enrollment rates has increased tremendously over the years due to various reforms and new policy measures instituted by government. The number of kindergartens (KG) has increased from 14,246 in 2006/07 to 15,449 in 2007/08 following government’s policy mandating each primary school to have a kindergarten attached to it. The Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) for KG has subsequently increased from 89.0 percent in 2006/07 to 89.9 percent in 2007/08. The number of primary schoo...


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    i am a student journalist,environmentalist,blogger,youth activist and proudly Ghanaian.I love to work with like-minded young people poised for change in our world for better. I love speaking on radio to reach out masses with messages of hope and awareness to certain dangers of life and how we can together tackle for difference in lives of young people.


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