Our Projects

Students' Entreprenuel Skills Development

As graduate unemployment continues to be a challenge with girls being the most affected, more and more girls become vulnerable to sex exploitation when searching for jobs. Without adequate skills development and career opportunities for women and girls, these conditions undermine females’ capacity to succeed in the job market. This project seeks to adequately equip the female students’ whiles they are in the tertiary institution with the needed skills for development.

PAMEPI Women In Tech Ghana

PAMEPI Women in Tech Ghana is a subsidiary of Paabinaa Meriga Peace Initiative (PAMEPI) with the goal to empower women and girls in the areas of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics ( STEM). Currently, PAMEPI Women in Tech Ghana has 17 operational Student Chapters in Universities across Ghana. In partnership with RWTH Aachen University, Germany, Tertiary students, graduate unemployed, young professionals, and Assembly members receive yearly capacity enhancement and skills development training. So far 220 have been trained.

USA - Ghana Mobile Library Project

As a response to the lack of sufficient libraries and in continuing its efforts to provide “Education for All” in Northern Region, PAMEPI is launching an innovative project to make up for library shortages by creating a mobile library system for the Northern Region which will also be used to service rural communities in the Region by permitting the circulation of books and other reading materials among schools. PAMEPI, in collaboration with Cranford Rotary Club and Somerset County Educational Services Commission, is transforming a 55 seaters school bus into a proper Mobile Library and when completed will be shipped to Ghana. After being used by one particular community school pupils for a specific period of time (e.g. 1 month) the contents of the library will then be transferred to another rural school for some time, and then to another school. By the end of the academic year, several schools and several thousand pupils will have had access to library materials.

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