MIT REAP Team Ghana’s focus is on Ghana, a country comprised of 10 administrative regions. The Team is championed by National Service Scheme (NSS) and the Ministry of Education along with other key stakeholders including Songhai, The Corporate Practice School, Ecobank Ghana Ltd., Dalex Finance, Ashesi University, Central University, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST), National Board For Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) and Youth Enterprise Support (YES).

Team Members

University
Government
Corporate
Risk Capital
Entrepreneur

Innovation Ecosystem Stakeholder Model

Matthew Opoku Prempeh
Champion
Minister of Education, Ministry of Education
Mustapha Ussif
Champion
Executive Director, National Service Secretariat
Emmanuel Asigri
Chief Executive Officer, National Youth Authority
Victor Agyeman
Director General, Council for Scientific & Industrial Research
Kenneth Thompson
CEO, Dalex Finance
Morgan Asiedu
Executive Director, Ecobank Ghana Ltd.
Hene Aku Kwapong
Managing Partner, The Corporate Practice School
Vincent Kwapong
Managing Partner, Songhai
Kwaku Appiah-Adu
Dean, Business School- Central University College
Kosi Antwiwaa Yankey
Executive Director, National Board for Small Scale Industries
Yaw Owusu-Brempong
Managing Director, Primus Services Ltd.
Stephen Amoah
Chief Executive Officer, Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC)
John Kumah
Chief Executive Officer, National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP)
Fred Asamoah
Executive Director, Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET)
Ibrahim Anyars
Chief Executive Officer, Nation Builders Corps ( NABCO)
Kojo Ofori-Atta
Justin Frimpong
Chief Executive Officer, Youth Employment Agency
Jain Arohi
Head of Research, The Future Society
Kwabena Appiah
Patrick Awuah
Founder & President, Ashesi University College

Team Strategy

  • Challenge & Opportunity:
  • Strategy & Action

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Core Regional Metrics

Economic & Social Progress

Social progress and economic prosperity as a collective measure of development in a region.

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Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Ecosystems are regional environments that effectively support startups focused on addressing global markets based on technological, process or business model innovation.

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Team News

July 6, 2017

MoE, MIT join forces to revamp National Service and other youth programs

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July 12, 2017

Government partners MIT

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July 17, 2017

New face to National Service, following gov’t partnership with MIT

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