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Ghana Schools take I.T. exams on CARE Computers PDF Print E-mail

Two Ghanaian schools are preparing students for their WASSCE (West African Senior School Certificate Examination) tests in I.T.

Without the computers and ongoing support by CARE the tests may have not been achievable for these students.



 At Wesley Grammar School in Accra, Ghana students are preparing for the tests under the supervision of the I.T. Manager and Technician.



Nyankumasi Ahenkro Senior High School are also busy preparing for the I.T. tests.

Latest Ghana Schools to Benefit from CARE PDF Print E-mail

CARE is continuing to have an impact on children's education across Ghana.

Some of the latest schools to benefit include The Most Holy Heart School in Dansoman, Accra:

Director of Education, Mrs Beatrice A. Obro opening the new ICT centre at The Most Holy Heart School

 Director of Education, Mrs Beatrice A. Obro opening the new ICT centre
at The Most Holy Heart School.


In Mampong-Akwapim, a specialist school for deaf children now has 10 computers to assist in learning:


Mampong-Akwapim Senior High School for the Deaf
A student uses a computer for the first time to type her name.


 At Ghana National College, CARE has now installed a total of 50 computers over a period of several shipments:


CARE volunteers installing computers at Ghana National College.


Ghana's Minister of Education meets CARE PDF Print E-mail

Minister of Education

During a 2009 delivery of equipment to Ghana, Alice Hagan, Eco Ambassador for CARE (pictured centre), met the Ghanaian Minister of Education (pictured right), Alexander Narh Tettey-Enyo. The Minister was accompanied by Prince Awudu, Advisor to the Vice President of Ghana (pictured left).

School Recycling Initiatives Are Worth It PDF Print E-mail

Swedru Secondary School one of the first schools we set- up ICT CLUB last year are actively recycling the empty plastic water bottles/sachets waste (polythen waste) instead of burning this waste which is highly toxic and contribute to global warming, causes lung disease and destroying local crops. And... they're making a lots of money from their recycling programme!

I would like to thank everyone for their invaluable support over the years to make this impossible mission very worthy and successful project.

CAREs 1st consignment of PCs are shipped to Ghana PDF Print E-mail

CARE Computers For Developing Countries has just shipped its 1st consignment of 500 PC's (40ft container) to Ghana for reuse in Ghanan schools.


Youtube Update

Jib Hagan on Ghana Live TV


Who benefits?

See the latest list of Ghana schools that have benefitted from donated computer equipment...

List of schools

CAREC4DC is a Ghana based NGO
Dansoman Junction, Kaneshie-Winneba Road, Accra, Ghana
Registered in Ghana 2006 as a Limited Company: G-19,460 | Ghana NGO Number: D.S.W/4550