Thursday, October 24, 2013

Technology Of The Future - BBC Documentary

Nut Farmers in Ghana Crack into Mobile Technology

Ghana: Mobile Technology for Global Health

In Ghana, the Grameen Foundation is using mobile applications to improve the quality of 
maternal health and childcare. With the MOTECH Mobile Midwife program, pregnant women 
can register and receive voice messages that provide reliable advice for a healthy pregnancy. 
Smartphones are also used to record health services delivered.

Ghana Technology

In West Africa, Ghana, construction for a second state-of-the-art Information and 
Communication Technology Center has the potential to generate thousands of jobs. 
 The nation is hoping the new facility will grow its economy. The ICT hub nicknamed 
Hope City is located near the capital Accra. VOA's Paul Ndiho has more

Ghana, Girls need Tech at the KNUST Tech Hub.

Togo: Lighting up the land

In today's fast-paced modern world, the idea of turning off the power, even for a moment, 
may seem a welcome relief for some. We travel to Togo in West Africa where living without 
electricity is a harsh reality for more than 80 percent of its population. But now, an innovative 
new program is bringing hope to millions.

Solar Cell Phone Chargers Made in Ghana

This video is part of Green World Health Net's Boko Bednet Project in the village of Ketakor, 
Ghana, Africa. GWHN is helping the people of the village start a small business making and 
selling these solar cell phone chargers with 90% of the parts sourced locally in Ghana. 
This video is part of GWHN's Boko Bednet Project IndieGoGo campaign to help raise funds for the project.

Ghana: An Education Revolution

United Nations, New York - Across the world, tens of millions of children are missing 
out on an education. But there is hope. Enrolment worldwide is increasing and now 
there's a new tool that's bringing education straight into the hands of children

Ghana Turns to Technology to Tame Traffic

Faced with regular gridlock on the roads of the Ghanaian capital, a website has been 
set up to alert drivers to the worst bottlenecks -- fed by eagle-eyed spotters with Twitter accounts

Ghana continues to soar with technology

Ghana is aiming to become an Information Communication Technology hub for 
the West African region. The country recently launched a second new technology 
centre... and expectations are high that there will be new job opportunities for young Ghanaians.

Ghana bioenergy report by eTV

In an effort to reduce the effects of climate change, the government of Ghana recently 
approved a "National Climate Change Policy." Dr. Joe Oteng Adjei, Minister for Environment, 
Science, Technology and Innovation, announced the new policy at a stakeholders' workshop on 
the possibility of launching a Climate Innovation Center (CIC) in Ghana.

Google Reach Ghana App

Monday, October 21, 2013

Technology in Ghana's Education

This is an ICT session for pupils in a lower primary.

ICT In Education Policy

A two day workshop to review the draft ICT-In-Education Policy has begun in Accra.
The workshop will among others discuss innovative practices on open and distance learning
including mobile and smart learning technologies.

Ghana - Information Communication Technology

Produced by EPIC Global Media, an award-winning creative agency which signed
a Global Development Alliance (GDA) with the United States Agency for International
Development Mission to Ghana, this film aims to build and present the brand of Ghana internationally.

ICT in Ghana

ICT Growth in Africa

Inside the Highspeed I.C.T. centre, Teshie- Tafo, Accra, Ghana.

Garland to design the First ICT Park in Ghana

Garland are the Project Managers and Civil & Structural Engineers on the First ICT
Park in Ghana. This 20 Ha development will provide high quality office and call
centre space to facilitate the Worlds leading ICT providors



Enriching Lives Through ICT Education

Building an ICT-based science and technology network on managing African weeds of rice

Tricycle School Buses Introduced To Relieve School Children

ITU Forum Underway

ICT Conference

ICT Clinic

ICT Facility For UDS

ICT Facility For UDS


ICT in Ghanaian Schools

ICT in Ghanaian Schools

An insight into the debate about the future of Ghanaian education. Should ICT be
a priority when problems with basic literacy problems still persist?
Henry Wilkinson for ETV finds out more.


Phone Farming: How SMS is changing agriculture in Ghana (Video)

Just three years ago, Abdul Rahman Takoro could not afford to send all his eight
children to school. Several dropped out, while he struggled to pay the fees for the rest.


Friday, October 4, 2013


These pictures summarise how our records rooms and OPDs looked like before and after the implementation of our HMIS project.