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Erasmus Acko & Marian Ewuram

IT4Teens

Knowing just how important ICT skills are in an increasingly digital world, Erasmus Ackon and Marian Ewurama Wiredu saw an opportunity to help combat poverty through skills development. With a target on children aged 8 and up, the pair founded IT4Teens to train young people in topics ranging from basic computer skills to app development and graphic design to make them competitive and relevant in the job market and ensure a brighter future.

Idea in brief

Children and youth are lacking proper IT skills. There is a lack of training in schools and IT centers focusing on children. This is resulting in an inability for children to explore their creative minds and take jobs in the future.
Erasmus Acko Marian Ewuram IT4Teens is a safe out of school learning environment where children from age 8 and above and the youth work with adult mentors to sharpen their IT skills.

Problem

Children and youth are lacking proper IT skills. There is a lack of training in schools and IT centers focusing on children. This is resulting in an inability for children to explore their creative minds and take jobs in the future.

Solution

Erasmus Acko Marian Ewuram IT4Teens is a safe out of school learning environment where children from age 8 and above and the youth work with adult mentors to sharpen their IT skills.

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