Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Robotics Introductory Training is product of Manomey's Media Consult. RoBiT is
aimed at igniting the minds of the African Child in the field of Science and Technology,
The Program is targeting Children of ages 8 - 12. RoBiT is an education centered program
structured with the African child in mind. We will nurture other talents through Music,
Arts, Astronomy, Child Counseling and many more.
The Ghana chapter of the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB)
has sensitized science students on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and
the need to take up careers in fields of biotechnology to promote development in the Northern Region.
In the past two decades there has been a lot of talk about the transformative power
of technology in society,yet little attention has been paid to an emerging digital gap.
Men are said to be twice more likely to have access to the internet than women.
Furthermore, only thirty percent of the seven million people working in the information
and communication sector are women,making women particularly in Africa vastly
underrepresented at all levels in the ICT sector.But how can women have their groove
on in this male dominated industry that remains bouyant as a growing place for employment.
The advent of technology has made writing letters a thing of the past. In times past,
'Pen friending' or 'pen palling' was common among students, in secondary schools,
who made friends with people in other countries through writing letters. Computers
and the Internet have made it even easier for such friendships to thrive. Mrs Matilda
Amissah-Arthur encouraged students to use the Internet to cultivate genuine
This video details the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Development
Matrix that was created as a part of a joint International Federation of Information
Processing (IFIP) and United Nations Educational Science and Cultural Organization
(UNESCO) Project. The assumption is that the incorporation of ICT into a system is a dynamic process. This matrix provides a tool to help organizations determine
Internet penetration is growing in Zimbabwe as it is in many other parts of Africa.
And although the economy is struggling, techrepreneurs and experts say it is an
untapped market opportunity. Wazir Khamsin with the story.