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Successful Ghana Jobs and Skills Project Training Led by Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, organized by the Ghana Enterprises Agency (GEA), witnessed a highly successful training session for the third batch. Under the expert guidance of Nana Agyemang Duah, the Chief of Odumasi Mampong-Ashanti and the Fontonfromhene of Mampong Traditional Area, as well as the Head of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District, and with Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo as the facilitator and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel as the Training Coordinator, the five-day training program from June 5th to June 9th, 2023, for the 3RD BATCH was effectively controlled.

3RD BATCH

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, which aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills for employment and entrepreneurship, has been a resounding success under the leadership of Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel.

Nana Agyemang Duah, the Chief of Odumasi Mampong-Ashanti and the Fontonfromhene of Mampong Traditional Area, as well as the Head of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District

(Nana Agyemang Duah, the Chief of Odumasi Mampong-Ashanti and the Fontonfromhene of Mampong Traditional Area, as well as the Head of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District)

Speaking about the program, Nana Agyemang Duah revealed that participants selected from the first, second, and third batches will resume training at the intermediate level. These individuals will have the opportunity to undergo a two-week intensive training program, with the possibility of advancing to the next level based on their performance. The intermediate class for the Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District is scheduled to commence on June 19th, 2023, and will continue for two weeks.

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, supported by the World Bank, aims to train 50,000 young people and provide them with funds to start their own businesses. The project is not only focused on economic inclusion but also on ensuring state stability and social cohesion.

Nana Agyemang Duah, with his vast knowledge and expertise, has been instrumental in guiding and coordinating the project in the Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District.

Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, as the facilitator

(Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, as the facilitator)

Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, as the facilitator, has effectively imparted essential knowledge and skills to the participants,

Baffoe Bonnie Daniel, as the training coordinator

(Baffoe Bonnie Daniel,the training coordinator)

while Baffoe Bonnie Daniel, as the training coordinator, has played a crucial role in ensuring the smooth organization and control of the training sessions.

The success of the Ghana Jobs and Skills Project demonstrates the commitment of Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel to empowering young people through skills development and entrepreneurship. Their efforts will undoubtedly contribute to the economic growth and stability of the Bibian Anhwiso Bekwai District and the wider community.

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, supported by the World Bank, serves as a significant milestone in providing opportunities for youth to enhance their employability and create their own businesses. The project's emphasis on entrepreneurship training and start-up grants demonstrates a commitment to fostering a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem in Ghana.

With the dedication and expertise of Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr. Lawrence Ntow Kwarfo, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel, the Ghana Jobs and Skills Project is poised to make a lasting impact on the lives of young people, promoting economic inclusion and social cohesion throughout the region.

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I am Kwabena Annor, the CEO of 2R Vision News. I am a journalist and a professional SEO content writer. I write about politics, Tech, Entertainment, and any other niche you can think about.

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