Wolo, a comprehensive e-learning project, has recently won the 2019 award for 'Social Entrepreneur of the Year' at the maiden edition of the NiBS Ghana Innovation Awards ceremony held at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra.
Wolo is designed to provide education and skills training. The project employs both online and offline technologies to provide learning experiences to Africans with limited access to educational opportunities.
According to Jackie Ankrah, the Corporate Affairs Director for Wolo, "E-Learning is the future of education" and they are working to become the leading E-Learning Platform in Africa.
The NiBS Ghana Innovation Awards is an annual comprehensive awards programme instituted in 2019, to recognize private and public sector organizations, teams, and individuals who demonstrate the core values of innovation in all its dimensions. Read the Entire Article
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