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JA Ghana and JA Africa, in partnership with The Tomorrow Foundation, have launched the Futurepreneurship Project to train the future generation of

Eleven teams from four high schools across the capital, Accra, competed for Junior Achievement Ghana’s Company of the Year Competition this week.

For 100 years, Junior Achievement (JA) has been preparing young people for entrepreneurship and the world of work. Since the early 1990’s,

Eric Asare’s journey in entrepreneurship began in the Junior Achievement company program where a challenge to start and run a business inspired

JA Ghana organized a Leadership Camp for girls in partnership with Newmont Goldcorp Ghana. The camp, called New Futures for Girls, took place

JA Ghana is collaborating with Aiducation International and Swiss Re Foundation to organize a 5-day Start-Up Academy for 50 University students in

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