To equip youth, women and vulnerable groups with ICT skills for personal and professional development through the innovative use of ICT
Savana Signature (SavSign) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization in Ghana that has developed keen interest in the empowerment of youth and women through education. This is done mainly through and with the use of Information and Communication Technologies. Realizing that the development as a Nation and the North in particular will be much swifter when the development of the minds of the youth and women becomes a fundamental resources, Savana Signatures seeks to use ICT as a catalyst for rapid development.
Savana Signatures’ Integration of ICT in Education Project (IIEP II) generally seeks to resource schools and build the capacity of teachers, head teachers, and other administrators of education with the aim of improving teaching and learning. This idea hinges on the belief that the ICTs could be used to facilitate teaching and learning, andRead More
The use of ICT tools in education has become very important for the development of the educational sector and improvement on teaching and learning outcomes. It has been quoted by many that ICT education is now equally important to the learning of math and Science in schools; the famous of these quotes is by BillRead More
Many reproductive health programs in Ghana target young people in school because they are thought to be very vulnerable. This means those that are out of school do not benefit or receive very little reproductive messages from uninformed friends because most parents do not discuss sexual related issues with their children. To bridge this gap,Read More
As part of the piloting process of the WSWM in Ghana, Savana Signatures organized a one week refresher training for teachers who are currently facilitating weekly lessons on the World Starts With Me (WSWM) for students in 4 Junior High schools the Northern Region and 4 Vocational Technical Institutes in and Upper West Region ofRead More
A Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) survey conducted by Savana Signatures, a non-governmental organisadtion, on what students, aged between 12 and 15 and their teachers know about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in some selected districts in the northern region showed relevance of sexuality education in schools. The survey was conducted in 10Read More
Release Date: September 11, 2014 Savana Signatures invites interested individuals and organizations to submit Proposals to perform a project evaluation for the Technology for Maternal Health Project. The Technology for Maternal Health Project is a two year STAR Ghana funded Project that is being implemented in four districts (Tamale, Yendi, Savelugu and Kumbungu) in the NorthernRead More