In 2007, the Mankoadze Village Elders made a site available on the edge of Mankoadze for us to set up a Vocational Skills Centre.  It was designed to enable young people who could not go on to High School to learn the skills they needed to work in a number of different trades and businesses.  The College opened in 2009 with 50 students and has now risen in number to 150 students living on site, and learning a range of skills and also English, Maths and Entrepreneurship - very important if they are going make a business work.
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How the College is paid for The infrastructure of the college has been provided through the generosity of TEABAG donors.  Some tutors are provided by the Ghana government, which also sends National Service students to assist. The running costs of the college are paid by TEABAG, and students’ families pay examination fees and a small contribution to living expenses of the students.

Mankoadze Vocational College

Teaching employable skills

In 2007, the Mankoadze Village Elders made a site available on the edge of Mankoadze for us to set up a Vocational Skills Centre.  It was designed to enable young people who could not go on to High School to learn the skills they needed to work in a number of different trades and businesses.  The College opened in 2009 with 50 students and has now risen in number to 150 students living on site, and learning a range of skills and also English, Maths and Entrepreneurship - very important if they are going make a business work.
Copyright © 2009-2018 TEABAG Charity All Rights Reserved | UK Registered Charity No.1126462

Mankoadze Vocational College

Teaching employable skills

How the College is paid for The infrastructure of the college has been provided through the generosity of TEABAG donors.  Some tutors are provided by the Ghana government, which also sends National Service students to assist. The running costs of the college are paid by TEABAG, and students’ families pay examination fees and a small contribution to living expenses of the students.