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Maxim Nyansa in collaboration with IIPGH is launching a campaign "Computer4schoolsGhana" soon. This project is to assist underprivileged schools in Ghana to be equipped with ICT labs to catch up with 21st century skills and also prepare them for their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) as well as West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for their future.

We therefore request for support from all corporate institutions and individuals to donate their old windows 7 computers to us which we will clean and send to these Schools which are in dire need of it.

The Institute of ICT Professionals, Ghana (IIPGH) is a non-profit professional body which is made up of around 800 professionals in various domains of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) practice. The Institute is a connector of ICT professionals from Government MDAs, educational institutions, corporate organizations, start-ups, investors and the civil society organizations to create a vibrant ICT ecosystem.

The organization aims at using its platform to equip professionals and students with skills in emerging technologies needed for entrepreneurship and employment in today’s fast moving technological world. In addition, use the expertise at its disposal to advise government and other stakeholders on best practices and public policies that would enable the use of ICT in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Visit for more information.