Siscode Ghana joined students of Adentan Community School to celebrate the festive end of school year, popularly called ‘Our Day’ – a moment of joy and merrymaking for school children. Siscode Ghana held a free eye exam for the students and donated a set of desktop computers and accessories to support teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Siscode is a nonprofit that is committed to making IT and coding accessible and exciting from an early age. Founder of Siscode Mr. Carl Asamoah said the importance of technology could not be overemphasized, and that it was important to offer students effective education in ICT because the world was advancing rapidly in that field.

“All children must be offered the opportunity to acquire IT skills irrespective of their background. So the computers will enable the teachers to provide practical lessons to the pupils during IT classes instead of the usual norm of sticking to theories and in extreme cases using non-relatable objects to represent parts of a computer.”

Mr. Carl Asamoah | Founder, Siscode/GH

School authorities of Adentan Community School received the package of computers and accessories and expressed their heartfelt gratitude to Siscode for their immense contribution to the development of the children. The students were also excited by the special moment they shared with Siscode and for the support provided by the NGO.

Siscode Gh is a not-for-profit startup with a mission to equip underprivileged children in Ghana, especially young girls with IT skills such as coding, and expose children to current IT trends like AI and Machine Learning. Since its inception in 2020, Siscode has been working hard to make learning and teaching of IT skills available for children who do not have the opportunity to acquire these skills.