Covering a span of twelve (12) schools within the Ledzekuku-Krowor Municipality (LEKMA), the Entrepreneurship Club seeks to build and improve students’ proficiency in leadership and problem solving. This comes after the foundation trained Circuit supervisors/GES Officers and teachers to help develop the entrepreneurial traits of students in various schools and to discuss modalities of the clubs.
In addressing the students, Mrs. Joyce Boeh Ocansey, Senior Executive in the Chief Executive’s Office, highlighted the objective of L’AINE Foundation, which is to develop the entrepreneurial traits in students and make them future entrepreneurs regardless their interest, knowledge and skills, hence the establishment of clubs by L’AINE Foundation.”
The Director of LEKMA GES, Mr. Yaw Fosu Danquah, also gave a brief and inspirational speech, which directed the thoughts of children towards making a life for themselves and most importantly, making a living for themselves from their ideas.
Club Masters for the various schools were introduced to the officers and students present with students showing enthusiasm and readiness to have the club commence.
The schools within the Ledzekuku-Krowor Municipality that were visited included: Quaye Nungua R/C Basic JHS, Methodist 2 JHS, Methodist 1 JHS, LEKMA 4 JHS, LEKMA 2 JHS, Nungua Anglican 1 JHS, LEKMA 12 JHS, Dar-Es-Salaam A, Dar-Es-Salaam B&C, Teshie Jordan, Teshie Camp 2 and United Church JHS.
The club sessions are expected to begin on 24th February in the various schools.
Officers representing L’AINE Foundation, the Ghana Education Service, Ledzekuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly were: Dr. Mrs. Ellen Hagan, Mrs. Joyce Boeh-Ocansey, Mr. Daniel Annang, Joel Tofah (the L’AINE Foundation team), and Mr. Yaw Fosu Danquah, Director of LEKMA GES Mr. Richard Gyimah, Technical and Vocational Coordinator, and Mrs. Naa Akushika Acquaye, PRO.