Inspired by his exceptional will to serve while growing up, Derick Omari, knows firsthand the significance of pushing beyond boundaries and looking for new opportunities to improve himself and the lives of those around him. Realizing that, in many underserved communities across Ghana, IT training is nothing near possibility due to the inadequate or zero access to IT training tools, Derick was faced with this reality upon interacting with basic schools in Berekuso, a town in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It is for this reason that he identified gaps in areas in which he felt he could make a difference. From becoming the out of class IT teacher to children in underserved communities to the pioneer of tech in deaf and blind education, Derick believes in approaching problem spaces analytically — regardless of perceived lack of resources.

Tech Era, in partnership with Intelitek  is set to host its first robotics workshop in Ghana.

It aims at teaching robotics and coding to people between 6 and 21 years.

It will be held at four areas; GES Science Resource Center, Educase Literacy Consult, Presec Legon and Jack and Jill School.

As indicated by Derrick Omari, CEO of Tech Era, the occasion will be held in two sessions.

The mother session will kickstart from June 25 to July 31, though the second will be held from July 23 to August 31.

The occasion, is to build the quantity of educated understudies in Ghana and additionally conquer any hindrance among hypothetical and pragmatic examinations.




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