Building Responsible Citizens For Ghana - Barcamp Tamale 2018

I have been speaking about Responsibility all year. Barcamp Tamale is on it. See this tweet, that tweet, and another tweet. I was just in Tamale for the Ghana Youth Social Entrepreneurship Program - also run by GhanaThink, see #GYSEP2018. I'd be in Tamale again for #bctamale! Join us!

It is a well-known fact that every successful country was built by responsible patriotic citizens. Countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Rwanda and many more, will not have successful stories to share today, but for the dedication and commitment of responsible citizens who work earnestly to contribute to National development.

The Ghanaian youth have many challenges yet have the opportunity to transform these challenges into opportunities for Ghana to tell a better story in the future. This however, will remain a dream if the youth are not equipped with resources to aid this transformation process. A crucial element required for this is ‘Mindset Change’. How can we get young people to think differently about challenges and problems in their communities? How can we build more responsible citizens for a successful Ghana? What are the duties of citizens in successful nation building?

Do you want to know or contribute your solution to the above questions? Join  the Barcamp Tamale networking forum on July 28, 2018 at the Tamale College of Education. This event organized under GhanaThink Foundation seeks to lead the conversation on the above listed questions.

See the Press Release below for details:

PRESS RELEASE
Barcamp Tamale 2018 is a free networking forum bringing people together for a day of learning, sharing, networking and mentoring. It will take place on July 28, 2018 at the Tamale College of Education. The theme is “Citizen Duties For Successful National Building”.

The GhanaThink Foundation has successfully organized 87 Barcamps in Ghana as part of its Barcamp Ghana program since 2008. BarCamp Tamale 2018 will be a showcase of leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators in the Northern region.  Discussions will center on empowering the youth for better development across all sectors. It will be an event for many people who live and are interested in Tamale to learn, share and network. This 8th Barcamp in Tamale would focus on empowering people so that we can be more productive as individuals and as a nation.

What to expect?

  • Mentoring by professionals or entrepreneurs.

  • Networking with like-minded individuals - you could find your business or project partner

  • Celebrating some of the best of our community and beyond

  • Breakout sessions that you can also lead


The Barcamp will feature multiple user-generated breakout sessions about business, social entrepreneurship, technology and development, alongside topics relevant to the Northern Region and beyond. There will be a speed mentoring session where mentors will give insights and answers to questions from attendees.

Confirmed mentors include: Peter Kwarteng (Tigo Changemaker, Medical Professional), Rita (Entrepreneur, Suhcare Shea Butter), Abdul-Mumin Yussif ( Global Shaper, Space Generation), Joshua Wuntimah Salifu ( TUMA KAVI - Writer/Entrepreneur/Devt Specialist), Kasiru Shani ( Songtaba), Iddrisu Abdul-Rashid ( GM, Diamond FM, CEO Tumala Company Ltd), Marvin Akyea ( Administrator/Counselor), Ibrahim Mustapha ( Global Shaper, Author, Motivational Speaker), Esmond Wisdom Quansah ( Hub Manager/Coordinator at EQWIP HUBs), and more! See more info via Francis Saa-DittohIbrahim MustaphaAbdul Kasiru ShaniGertrude Kunde-KwallinjamKofi LarbiiSenyo KpellyDan Gyamfi

Register/RSVP at the BarCamp Tamale eventbrite website (http://barcamptamale18.eventbrite.com/). Contact the team at barcamp at ghanathink dot org about any partnership opportunities or enquiries.

Stay tuned via our #bctamale hashtag.

Our partners are Hopin Academy, Savanna Opticals and M&M Express. Our Media partners are Diamond FM and TechVoice Africa.

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