Ghanaian entrepreneur, Nana Bekoe Koranteng, has made waves in STEM education worldwide with the launch of his coding and robotics school in 2020.
Since then, he has partnered with various schools and is now organising the first national coding and robotics competition in Ghana.
These efforts are likely to have a lasting impact on the country’s future, as students who receive a strong STEM education will be well-equipped to pursue careers in high-demand fields.
The national coding and robotics competition organised by Mr Koranteng is also sure to benefit Ghana as a whole.
It will provide a platform for talented young people to showcase their skills and potentially be recognized by top companies and organisations.
Koranteng’s efforts to promote STEM education across Africa have been supported by Ambassador Dr. Chanita Foster, a lifetime achievement award winner, and the Beyond the Game Foundation.
In addition to providing valuable education opportunities, Mr Koranteng has also worked with the foundation to feed hundreds of hungry children on the streets of Accra.
Mr Koranteng’s dedication to improving education and addressing issues of hunger and poverty has received applause in several quarters.
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