Samsung Launches Innovation Hub, Coding Programmes To Improve Modern Learning In Ghana

To reaffirm its effort aimed at leveraging technology to support the dreams of young Ghanaians, world technology giant Samsung has set up an Innovation Campus (Innovation Hub) in Agona Swedru of the Central Region of Ghana.
In partnership with the Ghana Code Club, the Agona West Municipal Assembly and the Office of the Central Regional Minister, the Samsung Innovation Hub project will house series of coding programmes where young children between the ages of 5 to 17 years in public basic schools in the community will be trained on technology and coding.

Speaking at a short ceremony to officially open the innovation campus, the Central Regional Minister, Hon. Justina Marigold Assan indicated that the hub will position students to take advantage of the opportunities that comes with technology knowledge acquisition in today’s global world.

“The Hub centre provided for this library has therefore come at the opportune time. Students who will be equipped with the necessary ICT skills that will position them to take advantage of the opportunities in our ever-changing world,” Hon. Justina Assan said.

She expressed the appreciation of the Ghana government to Samsung Ghana for the wonderful gesture and gave an assurance that the Agona West Municipal Assembly and the Central Regional Co-ordination Council will continue to provide the necessary support and assistance to the innovation hub.