Collaboration for IT and Communications Excellence
Helping Ghanaian Students and Entrepreneurs to Become Leaders in a Tech-Driven Global Economy
These activities, the Foundation has determined, will be primarily focused in Northern Ghana and other rural areas across the country, where the need for ICT access and the upside potential for the competitive development of Ghana's human resources are greatest. Having reached that conclusion, working under a new program name, "The Collaboration for IT and Communications Excellence," the African Bicycle Contribution Foundation has conducted a pilot distribution of computers, IT-related equipment, and devices, at the Girls' Model School, in Nabdam, Ghana, a school where the Foundation had previously distributed 50 bicycles to students, in July 2018.
Note: The above description came from the organization's A New Mission page.
In The News
- African Bicycle Contribution Foundation announces new ‘Collaboration for IT and Communications Excellence’ program, Philadelphia Sunday Sun, January 16, 2020.
- Renee Chenault-Fattah joins African bicycle foundation board, Philadelphia Tribune, August 22, 2017.