A youth-based not-for-profit organization, CorpNation Foundation has partnered with Takoradi Technical University’s (TTU) Centre for Languages and Liberal Studies (CELLIBS) to solve unemployment issues in the Western Region.

The two organizations have a strategic goal of improving employability in the oil region of Ghana.

Also, as part of the partnership, both graduates and non-graduates of the Western Region will benefit from free entrepreneurship training.

CorpNation Foundation and TTU team up to solve unemployment in Western Region

During the signing of the partnership in Takoradi, the Dean of CELLIBS, Dr. Ramos Asafo-Adjei emphasised that “The two parties have a long-standing relationship before this partnership. We have partnered in areas such as research, community outreach (clean-ups, health support, employment venture support) in order to impact the Takoradi Technical University (TTU) and the catchment areas of the two parties positively.”

CorpNation Foundation and TTU team up to solve unemployment in Western Region

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) governing the partnership was signed by the Vice Chancellor of TTU, Rev. Pro. John Frank Eshun and the CEO of CorpNation Foundation, Mr. Saviour Kwaku Adzika.

CELLIBS will come on board with expertise to support CorpNation Foundation in outreach programmes.

CorpNation Foundation and TTU team up to solve unemployment in Western Region

Speaking at the event, the patron of CorpNation Foundation Nana Agya Kwamina XI, Chief of Apremdo who is also a past student of TTU expressed his excitement about the partnership and mentioned the enormous benefits it has for the youth especially in the area of employment.

Since its establishment this year, CorpNation Foundation has among other achievements, carried out community clean up and sensitisation activity in more than eight communities within the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.

This MoU is valid for an initial period of two years, commencing November 8, 2021, and will be subject to extension or abrogation based on mutual assessment of a continued need for the MoU between CELLIBS and CorpNation Foundation.