March 7, 2023: Alumna Audrey S-Darko 19’s Sabon Sake provides clean soil regeneration products and training that are currently helping some 7,200 smallholder farmers increase their yield.
May 28, 2023: Daniel Amoshie ’23 and Munashe Nyazenga ’23 have long held a keen interest in farming. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, their passions blossomed into enterprises.
March 28, 2023: As the son of an educator, Reggie Brown developed a deep appreciation for the impact of great teachers early.
March 24, 2023: This year’s career fair was held across two days – the first for a virtual fair and the second for an in-person. A total of 74 companies across 16 industries participated over the two days.
May 18, 2023: Abe Ankumah was immediately intrigued when he first heard about Ashesi twenty years ago, through his friend, Dr. Ayorkor Korsah, now head of the University’s Computer Science and Information Systems department.
February 7, 2023: Trish will attend the final round of interviews in Montréal, Canada, from March 8 to 12, meeting with leaders from academia, business, government, and the social sector. The scholarship program covers travel costs for final interviews.
February 7, 2023: Six Ghanaian technical universities with a combined enrolment of 24,000 students participated in a two-day workshop hosted by the Education Collaborative at Ashesi.
May 5, 2023: The system uses ceramic filtration and a connecting system of absorption materials from agricultural waste, including orange peels, to remove heavy metals, dirt, and bacteria from polluted waters.