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ABN Aspiring Entrepreneurs & Start ups Training supported by IRC US Embassy, Ghana

Young aspiring entrepreneurs and startups from across, Ghana recieved
training on entrepreneurship and research, on Tuesday, 22nd July,
2014, at the IRC US Embassy.
The training event supported by the Embassy focused on areas regarding:
team building, business reaserch, business plan, business idea presentation,
among others. Participants of this training were young aspiring entrepreneurs
from the various tertiary instituions in Ghana.
The program which was facilitated by Africa Business Network (ABN) aims at building the capacity
of the next generation of Ghanaian entrepreneurs for that matter, Africa.

ABN Ends An 8 Week Training Program for Over 25 Business Start-ups

ABN Training for Start-ups
A session of young start-up participants pose with with the C.E.O of, middle, and the ABN Team

ABN on Thursday, April 24, ended an 8 week training session for over 25 start-ups and aspiring entrepreneurs.  This training for business start-ups dubbed, the ABN Wealth Training Session was moderated by top business leaders including, Prince Adu-Afful, MD Sylprin Company Ltd and Albert Biga C.E.O The 8 weeks training program took place in the University of Ghana to help business start-ups in areas of business building, investment and wealth creation. Participants after this training session have the opportunity for intensive placements in notable organizations to further strengthen their entrepreneurial acumen.



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Looking at the poor and alarming health situation in most rural areas in Ghana, ABN with  volunteers from Council of International Education Exchange (CIEE) help with the construction of a doctors bungalow  of A rural heath facility Hawa Memorial Saviour Hospital  in Osiem-Akim Eastern Region of Ghana,
 and as well interact with hospital administration on their challenges and strength, in the bid to liaise with stake holders to put together programs which will help improve rural health conditions in the area.
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In the bid to help support the attainment of the MDG Goal 2 (universal primary education) as well as help avert the influx of unemployable youth in the country, ABN with the support of Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE), Ghana Book Trust and other organizations and other stake holders attempts at dealing with the major challenges which impede the pupils and student in rural communities from pursuing further education; a problem which has largely been attributed by the Ghana Education Service to the lack of effective motivation for students as well as inadequate teaching and learning materials. Through this project we provide a facility for SAVIOUR D/A PRIMARY SCHOOL, OSEIM -AKIM E/R GHANA; realizing that such a good school in the district had no Library facility.

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