SEDARV-Ghana, a non-profit organization in Ghana, hosted a second local event of Inclusion on Stage in Tamale in the Northern Region.
The workshop was held at Tamale Technical University on January 6, 2022, to equip youth workers with ICT tools, skills, and competence through non-formal learning mobility programs.
According to Mr. Abubakari Shaibu Neindoo, Chief Executive Officer of SEDARV-GHANA, the workshop aimed to improve the quality of non-formal learning mobility programs and strengthen their impact on young people’s employability by providing ICT tools, skills, and competence to youth workers and youth leaders.
Participants of the Inclusion on Stage local event were divided into groups and used physical theater to communicate (demonstrate) with one another.
The Inclusion on Stage project is co-funded by Erasmus+ of the European Union and coordinated by Fundacja Active Kids in partnership with Nordic European Mobility Sedarvp Ghana Social-View Kenya.