Financial Support Flow from Allied Consortia for Zongovation Hub
Zongovation Hub, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that provides information and communication technology (ICT) training for young people, has received financial support from Allied Consortiums, a civil engineering company based in South Africa. South and having branches in Ghana.
The Hub received a cash grant of GHC 30,000 from the Consortia to help train young people in ICTs in the country.
The NGO, established in 2018, has trained more than 500 young men and women in website development, mobile application development, digital media, coding, data management and other activities related to TIC.
Mr. Benjamin Kofi Quashie, Group Chairman of Allied Consortiums, said they were motivated to support the Hub because they understood its vision and mission.
He added that the gesture was also part of efforts to support social development in the country.
Mr. Quashie said they would continue to support the Hub’s business after opening a branch in Ghana.
Mr. Isaac Kwame Penni, Managing Director of Allied Consortiums commended the Hub for building youth capacity in ICT and creating jobs for youth.
Ms. Nonkazimulo Quashie, Administrative Director of Allied Consortia, who presented the check to the NGO, urged young people to take advantage of training opportunities at the Hub to develop their skills.
She said it was important because the world was now driven by ICT.
Mr. Alhassan Khalid, Director of Finance and Administration, Zongovation, thanked the allied consortia for their support.
He said that with the support, the Hub could reach more young people and train them in ICT.
“…the funds will be used wisely as we seek to train more young men and women to be financially independent,” he said.
Allied Consortiums operates in civil engineering, construction, real estate, mining, ICT services, oil and gas.