Becoming young reporters

Publié 10 décembre 2013 no picture AIR

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Savana Signatures organized one day training for Female ICT Teachers (FICTTA) members and the Tech Girls Club patrons on the new Tech Girls Training Module developed with support from UNICEF Ghana to train and guide Tech Girls on how to become young reporters. Leading a session on photo taking, Mr. John Stephen Agbenyo, Executive Director of Savana Signatures shared projected photos and asked the participants' opinion on the quality, size, position and focus. The participants were...


Bridging the Gap

Publié 26 novembre 2013 no picture AIR

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TECH GIRLS CLUB It's a wonderful experience for most of the Tech girls club members using the internet for the first time in their lives. It's especially wonderful when they are interacting and sharing knowledge with a lot of other girls from around the world during a Google hangout during the UNICEF International Day of the Girl. "It's (a) wonderful and exciting experience for me to be part of the hangout. Initially I thought it was my imagination that, I was listening to ot...


Check out these Images: Community Mapping!

Publié 26 novembre 2013 no picture AIR

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@Savana Signatures Tech Girls draw to demonstrate the child rights situation in their communities under the UNICEF Ghana support program to create content for online media platforms.


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    Savana Signatures is an ICT4D organisation with a keen interest in using ICT to promote various phases of life. The Tech Girls project is geared towards building the capacity and enhancing the interest of 110 girls in the area of ICT education.


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    Savana Signatures, Ghana