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REPORT ON THE GHANA FAB-LAB PRESENTED AT THE DIGITAL AND PERSONAL FABRICATION CONFERENCE. VENUE: INNOVATION HUB, PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA. 26th - 30th JUNE 2006.
- students acquire technical and vocational skills training and qualifications that meet the changing needs of the labour market,
-training is consistent with Ghana’s Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS),
-Training contributes to Private Sector Development.
Our mission is to strive to be second to none in the production of middle level manpower for industry and self - employment.
to power machines and mechanize our rural agriculture and the Arts and Craft Industry.
Patronage has been very encouraging; comprising the following:
TTI- POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS counter ciruit.
WORKING TO FINISH
THE DISPLAY CIRCUIT
Volunteers and students counter ciruit.
working at the Lab.
In summary, the Ghana Fab-Lab:
Thank you for your attention.