New partnership promotes connectivity at 43 colleges in Ghana

As a part of the Mastercard Foundation and UK aid’s efforts to roll out connectivity solutions and the extension of wi-fi services to boost virtual teaching and learning, 27 public colleges in Ghana will benefit from e-learning opportunities. The support will enable the colleges to improve connectivity on their campuses through the installation of broadband services and the upgrading of technology assisted teaching and learning solutions to aid virtual lessons for teacher trainees across the country. Such support was granted to applicants that proved a genuine need for investment in improved connectivity to enhance teaching and learning, demonstrable understanding of the technical and financial requirements, and the sustainability of the solutions proposed.