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Mobile Web Ghana is not only purposed with being service providers but also solution providers. We undertake projects which are either aimed at solving conspicuous problems in our society or upskilling people through technology and entrepreneurship training programmes.

Open Cities Accra

The Open Cities Accra project seeks to make Alogboshie and its environs resilient to natural disasters especially flooding. The Open Cities Accra Project seeks to make Alogboshie and its environs resilient to natural disasters, especially flooding. The project will also involve the remote mapping of Nima, Akweteman and Alajo.

Visuals for Gender

This project is aimed at equipping citizens, policymakers and Civil Society Organizations to understand gender-based issues using both dynamic and static data visualizations.

 

 

 

Code for Ghana

An Open Data project that promotes responsive, innovative and effective governance through technology. This is achieved by telling evoking stories with data that is in relation to the government.

Clean Streets Accra

Clean Streets Accra is a city-wide effort to work with district assemblies and make Accra the cleanest city in Africa.

 

 

Microsoft AppFactory

The Ghana AppFactory is part of Microsoft’s 4Afrika initiative. The AppFactory is aimed at equipping young software developers and coders with hands-on experience while helping them build critical business skills to secure jobs or create their own businesses.

mCare

This project provides locally-relevant maternal and child health-related information for prospective mothers, pregnant women, nursing mothers and all caregivers.

 

 

FIME

Females in Mobile Entrepreneurship (FiME) is an initiative of Mobile Web Ghana to increase female participation in Science, Technology, Engineering Mathematics (STEM). This programme seeks to foster entrepreneurship and empower females through mobile technology training and events.

Advocacy

We contribute to the country’s realization of its ongoing development strategy, both by building capacity in a generation of underskilled young people, and by supporting the creation of digital services that can replace and complement the set of publicly available services for citizens and communities.