Women’s Commission of Ghana, Carmudi launches Women in Technology Programme


Women’s Commission of Ghana, Carmudi launches Women in Technology Programme

The African Social Issues

The Women’s Commission of Ghana in collaboration with Carmudi Ghana, launched its first ever Women in Technology Internship Program with the intention of bridging the gender gap for women in technology in Ghana at the Carmudi Head office, Abelenkpe (Accra) on March 27, 2015.

The launch led by the MD of Carmudi Ghana, Kobina Amoo with the support of the MD of Carmudi Africa, Karl-Johan Sturesson; emphasized on how much they believed in gender equality in technology and expressed how eager and willing they were to assist and guide both the postgraduate and undergraduate female student through a 3-6month internship program with Carmudi Ghana.

They further stated that ambition, creativity and fast learning are very important traits for this internship role along with the ability to work well in a team and use own initiative; therefore interested persons should visit to know how to register as well.

Personalities who graced the launch included President of the Women’s Commission of Ghana, Iris Kwafo-Mensah; the Head of Distance Education at the University of Ghana, Eva Akuabe; President of the Foundation for Women and Children’s Affairs, Jemilatu Bawa; and the Head of the Women’s Commission at the University of Professional Studies, Abena Adomaa.

Carmudi Ghana and Carmudi Nigeria is a vehicle marketplace which offers buyers, sellers and car dealers the ideal platform to find cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles extended its wings to Ghana in the year 2013.

It has made significant impact in the lives of automobile lovers in Ghana through the internet by making search, sale and purchase easier, faster and more convenient since its establishment.


Editor’s Note: This is a submitted piece.

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