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Drive to Inspire steps up outreach programme at two senior high schools in Eastern Region

Founder of DTI Nana Adjoa Hackman interacting with students

Drive to Inspire (DTI) has embarked on an outreach programme at two senior high schools in the Eastern Region.

Volunteers in the areas of medicine, media, maritime, healthcare, entrepreneurship and law joined the DTI team to interact with students from Ofori Panin Senior High School in Tafo and Abuakwa State College in Kibi

The DTI team provided students with insights into what to do in pursuing their dreams and how to navigate the career ladder.

Students were also taken through various talks, including the founder’s segment, adolescent health segment and a talk on completing university applications.

The DTI team introduced a new segment on the outreach dubbed “Touched” initiative, aimed at rewarding outstanding students engaged during the visit.

Volunteers who joined the fun and impactful journey were Pearl Darkey, Elvis Crystal, Gemma Appiah, Kofi Nyarko-Pong, Prince Amorin, Monicia Boahen, Bismark Acheampong, Godlove Asirifi and Martina Karimu.


Drive to Inspire Africa is a non-governmental organisation that seeks to inspire and mentor teenagers and young adults especially girls between the ages of 13 and 25, to get them to aim high, while assisting them with opportunities that allow them to reach their potential and become real assets to their homes, communities, and countries.

DTI-A is a company limited by guarantee, registered with the Registrar of Companies, Ghana, under the Companies Act, 2019 (Act 992) and licensed and regulated by the Non-Profit Organisation Secretariat, Ghana.

Drive to Inspire -Africa is committed to the safe schools programme initiated by the Ghana Education Service.

The goal of Drive to Inspire – Africa is to run an organisation that is accountable to its donors, sponsors, regulators, stakeholders, and community, relentless in its efforts to achieving its mission and compassionate in its dealings with its beneficiaries.

Reporting by Fred Dzakpata in Accra

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