Our vision as a nation is to provide relevant education to all Ghanaians at all levels to enable them acquire knowledge and employable skills.


We have a sacred obligation not just to ourselves and our people, but also to unborn generations

– Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh

TVET Ghana

Government’s initiatives on TVET

In Ghana, as in many parts of the world, Technical, Vocational Education & Training (TVET) has suffered an image crisis…

Manhyia South Project Highlights: Roads.
Constituency: Manhyia South

Manhyia South Project Highlights: Roads.

A viable and decent road network is key to the growth of every modern community. Aside the comfort of travel,…


The World Youth Skills Day

Today is World Youth Skills Day, set aside by the UN on 15th July every year to commemorate the acquisition…


2020 Harvard Ministerial Medal of Achievement

It was a most humbling experience to be selected recently as the 2020 Harvard Ministerial Medal of Achievement in recognition…

Education TVET

World Bank supports job creation, skills development and digital transformation in Ghana with $315 million

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved $315 million from the International Development Association (IDA) to support job…