Successful Intermediate Level Training of Ghana Jobs and Skills Project Led by Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr. Frank Osei-Gyimah, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, organised by the Ghana Enterprises Agency (GEA), achieved another significant milestone with the successful completion of the intermediate-level training in the Western North Region specifically Bibiani/Anhwiso/Bekwai District. Led by Nana Agyemang Duah, the Chief of Odumasi Mampong-Ashanti and the Fontonfromhene of Mampong Traditional Area, who also serves as the Head of the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in Bibiani/Anhwiso/Bekwai District, along with Mr Frank Osei-Gyimah as the facilitator and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel as the Training Coordinator, the two-week training programme took place in Sefwi Bibiani and was meticulously controlled by these individuals.

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project with its primary objective of equipping individuals with the necessary skills for employment and entrepreneurship, continued to witness success under the leadership of Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr Frank Osei-Gyimah, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel.

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Nana Agyemang Duah shared that those who are selected from the intermediate class will progress to the advanced level of training.

This represents a significant opportunity for participants to further enhance their skills and knowledge. The commitment and dedication shown by these individuals will play a vital role in their future success.

The intermediate-level training, which took place from June 19th to June 30th, 2023, in Sefwi Bibiani, was perfectly controlled by Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr Frank Osei-Gyimah, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel.

Their combined efforts ensured a structured and productive learning environment, enabling participants to acquire the essential skills required for employment and entrepreneurship.

The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, supported by the World Bank, aims to train 50,000 young people and provide them with the necessary funds to start their own businesses. the project, which seeks to promote state stability, social cohesion, and economic inclusion, demonstrates the commitment of the Government of Ghana and its partners to fostering entrepreneurship and economic growth.

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Nana Agyemang Duah, as a key figure in the Bibiani/Anhwiso/Bekwai District, has played a crucial role in guiding and coordinating the project.

Mr Frank Osei-Gyimah, the facilitator, has demonstrated expertise in delivering comprehensive training sessions, while Baffoe Bonnie Daniel, as the Training Coordinator, has skillfully managed the logistics and organisation of the programme.

The successful completion of the intermediate-level training represents a significant milestone in the Ghana Jobs and Skills Project. Participants have gained valuable knowledge and practical skills, positioning them for future employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.

The commitment of Nana Agyemang Duah, Mr Frank Osei-Gyimah, and Baffoe Bonnie Daniel to empowering young people through skills development is commendable.

efforts, supported by the Ghana Enterprises Agency and the World Bank, will contribute to the economic growth and stability of the Bibiani/Anhwiso/Bekwai District and beyond.

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The Ghana Jobs and Skills Project, with its emphasis on entrepreneurship training and start-up grants, paves the way for a brighter future for Ghana’s youth.

By equipping them with the necessary skills and resources, the project aims to foster economic inclusion and social cohesion, ensuring a prosperous and sustainable future for all.

 

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