Who We Are
Mobile Web Ghana is a technology & entrepreneurship hub that is dedicated to empowering the youth to develop mobile and web applications and also come up with open data solutions to solve local problems.
To create a community of mobile technology entrepreneurs in Ghana.
To create a generation of technology change agents and leaders who will use their skills to solve local problems in our communities.
Building the capacity of tech-enthusiasts to meet the
demands of the tech industry.
Our goal is to build the capacity of young tech-enthusiasts to be able to meet the demands of the tech industry in Ghana and beyond.
We undertake some “ICT for development” projects that are aimed at improving social-economic and political development with particular emphasis on helping the marginalized in society.
Creating a conducive working environment for tech-businesses is our priority and this we ensure by offering them co-working space, offices and start-up mentoring.
Path to start-up creation
Mobile Web Ghana endeavors to enhance the skills and broaden the technological knowledge of people to be great leaders, achievers and innovators.
This comes with capitalizing on their strengths and passions and driving them to excel in their businesses. We execute this through training, boot camps, mentorship and incubation.
We undertake projects that involve educating the general public on their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights – with special emphasis on the plight of the vulnerable. We do this by organizing events in partnership with the US Embassy – Ghana and other organizations to train gender activists on how to go about their advocacy work to realize maximum impact.
As an organization that is fully involved in the open data movement in Ghana, we also develop the capacity of members of staff of media houses, CSOs, NGO’s etc. who work on SRHR issues to be able to do data analysis and visualization so they can take data-driven decisions in their work. We visit Junior High Schools to educate them about their rights and sometimes donate items to the students there.