The Mother of all Nations Foundation (MOANF), a non-governmental organisation, has held a meeting with the Ghana Library Authority on replicating the ReadCamp Literacy Project in all 29 districts in Greater Accra.
The meeting took place at the office of the Ghana Library Authority on 5th February, 2020 with the Greater Accra Regional Librarian Mr Alikem Tamakloe discussed how the project could be carried out after which a roadmap was developed.
A 15 members committee made up of Gideon Sosu. Marvelious Yayrah, Diamond Freeman Mikado, Hannah Acquah, Mubarak Salifu Counselor, Hasia Eman Diana Kumi Ayebea, Agyeiwaa Appiah among many youth activists was constituted to see to the execution of the project

The project which is scheduled for the august this year will run simultaneously in all 29 municipals and district within the greater Accra region, This include, La Nkwantanang / Madina municipal, Ablekuma North Municipal, Ablekuma West Municipal, Ada East District, Ada West, Adenta Municipal, Ashaiman Municipal among many, with an expectation to train over 9000 children in general.
The Chief Executive officer Mr Hayford Siaw who was briefed after the meeting commended the idea and said it was going to help boost the reading skills of children within the region since this years has been declared as the year of Learning by the Authority.
What is ReadCamp?
ReadCamp is an out-of-campus literacy activity project designed to enhance young students’ reading and writing skills, and to engage them in learning activities beyond the classroom.
The program was introduced so that participants will be taken through reading and writing lessons as well as tutorials on basic internet usage for research. This will equip participants to access and use information technology without difficulty, hence exposing them to unlimited opportunities to make informed choices and make meaningful contributions for the success of their families, communities and the nation at large.
The project for the past four(4) years has successfully touched the lives of over 3000 children in several communities with support from Ghana library Authority, African university collage of communication, Ghana education service among many.
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