In a bid to help expose Ghanaian female students to the world of technology and new opportunities, the government of Ghana has established an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) club for Tamale Girls Senior High School.
This novelty club is expected to be replicated across the length and breadth of the country, according to the Ghana's Ministry of Education.
Member of the Female ICT Teachers Association of the Ghana Education Service, Barikisu Seidu added that the "club is to stimulate the interest of the students in ICT learning and application to improve the number of females participating in ICT, which has become the source of opportunities".
Seidu said women were the bedrock of the society arguing that women would always be in a better position to impart the ICT knowledge onto their children as opposed to men.
"The ICT could enhance girls' chances of acquiring jobs as well as exploring other vital opportunities," Seidu said.
The director of Savana Signatures, Stephen Agbenyo urged the students to make good use of the opportunities offered by the club.
He noted that the new club would teach the female students about website development, blogging, internet researching, and other use of ICT tools for teaching and learning.
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