Technology institution Moringa School is expanding to Ghana in partnership with Impact Hub Accra.
According to Moringa CEO Snehar Shah, the partnership will empower Ghanaian students with the necessary tools to build lasting careers with greater confidence and competence.
The inaugural 5-month Software Development Class in Ghana will be run by Moringa using Flatiron School’s curriculum and delivered at Impact Hub Accra.
“We are excited to bring to you this new Moringa brand that is focused on empowering students to discover their potential, grow their technical skills, and transform their realities through market-aligned tech skills training for career readiness,” he said.
Kelechi Victor Ofeogbu, Impact Hub Accra’s Chief Operating Officer, on his part noted that there is an increasing need to train and equip professional software developers in Africa.
”As the Ghanaian technology and innovation ecosystem becomes more connected and adapts to tackle layers of local and global challenges, there is an increasing need to train and equip professional software developers who in collaboration with their peers can think about and develop quality solutions to these challenges,” he said.
“The ability to solve these challenges is what makes them an opportunity for growth, we are excited to partner with market leader Moringa School to bring home this opportunity for talent growth and development.”