Programmes

JA Ghana invests in young people at different stages of their lives and academic careers. At the primary school level, a focus on financial literacy will enable students to understand key elements of financial wealth. We expand young peoples’ abilities to manage their personal finances smartly and effectively. 

Our Programmes

The United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs indicated that, there were 1.2 billion youth aged 15-24 years in…
Globally, girls perform academically at par with boys and often even out-perform them in school. But when it comes to…
its tyme
ITS TYME stands for Immersion Training Strategies: Targeting Young Marginalized Entrepreneurs. It targets out of school youth, providing them with…
innovate
The JA Innovation Camp is a full day or multiple days’ event of intensive experience for students that stimulates their…
In Ghana, only one-third of all households own savings accounts (Ghana Statistical Service, 2010) and while most youth are known…
ja-company
Ghana’s youth are largely being educated for jobs that do not exist or that they will not find upon graduation.…
Job Shadow
Young people are drawn to careers that they are familiar with or that their parents prefer: doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, police…