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Yes Project

Project Concept

The Project is an Empowering Africa Program that reaches out to young people and help equip them with the needed skills to become more independent as job innovators and not seekers. This is how the African GN (Growth Network) of AIESEC seeks to help elevate poverty.

Project Types

Formal  YES

The project team organises pre-seminars in universities and other tertiary schools around entrepreneurship issues to prepare them for the all inclusive Business plan Competition that sees a group immerging as the winning team. Awards are provided for this through corporate partnership or sponsorship.
We do these with the help of mentors and facilitators
in all our sessions.

Informal  YES

We select remote areas around the Accra environment to raise the youth amongst them and help them join vocational institutions to polish their talents to establish businesses that can earn them a living. This reduces the vices in such societies.

Project Objectives

  • To develop African young entrepreneurs through skill enhancement,   theoretical and practical training enabling them to create their own smart business start up plans.
  • To provide learning experience that would help enhance an entrepreneurial culture in African youth.
  • To develop the youth with innovative technological background and promote ICT in businesses
  • To enable students use technological innovations solve and improve upon ideas
  • To bridge ICT and entrepreneurship providing a possibility to showcase talents


Project Activities

  • Pre-Seminars
  • Sourcing for learning partners
  • Fund-raising
  • Training Facilitators
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Business Plan Workshop & Working groups
  • Closing Ceremony

Project Benefits

  • Communication Skills
  • Reporting Skills
  • Facilitation and Teaching Skills
  • Social Networking
  • Event Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Proper Planning
  • Effective Financial Management

Project Partners

Project Moments

Training on securing a business from the Registrar General Department

Business Plan Competition Launch-WED

YES Informal Training

Pre-Seminar at Regent University College

Group discussions after Financials Presentation

A Panel awarding the Best Outstanding Member

A cross-section of people present celebrating with the Winning Business Plan Group.



“I’m a great believer that any tool that enhances communication has profound effects in terms of how people can learn from each other, and how they can achieve the kind of freedoms that they’re interested in”

-Bill Gates Chairman Microsoft



  • IT literacy is a critical skill for enhancing economic progress, for
    individuals and communities in Africa.
    AIESEC Africa designed a program which enabled high school
    students to gain IT skills, focused on their productivity, job
    readiness, and ultimately, quality of life (EAP Program)
  • It is run in 13 universities across Nine countries (Nigeria, Ghana,
    Ivory Coast, Togo, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Tanzania, and
  • Here in Ghana it is run in two AIESEC Universities (AIESEC CUC & AIESEC KNUST) where the children undergo training in Information and communication learning

Project Objectives

  • To provide information technology knowledge to some of our
    high school youth who may not have the accessibility to
    computers up till an older age.
  • Involving high school teachers in the training of their students in
    their schools providing them with the needed skills to disseminate
    the information to the rest of the students.
  • Providing students with a very exiting and quality and diverse
    cultural platform to gain computer skills while learning about
    different cultures and leadership skills
  • Train 4000 children and establish two ICT centres by the end of
  • Develop a sustainable and scalable project.



  • Securing Computers and setting up the centers in schools
  • Training for the project team
  • Preparation for the Launch of the project
  • Training session
  • Fund raising for the Project
  • Closing ceremony of the project phase
  • swITch Quizzilla

Project Partners


  • Personal
  • Team Building
  • Professional development
  • Communication Skills
  • Reporting Skills
  • Facilitation and Teaching Skills
  • Social Networking
  • Enhancing children’s creativity
  • Organisation
  • Event Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Proper Planning
  • Confidence in the Job Market

Project Moments


114 children die every minute due to environmental disorder.


The all green project is an environmental project aimed at reducing global warming and pollution. We produce guidance to schools on how to develop and implement their own environmental strategies so as reduce global warming and pollution.
The all green is made up of solution oriented people. We want to reduce the effects of global warming and pollution in our communities by creating awareness in our communities on environmental friendly life style.


To deal with climate change, Ghana must cut emissions by 25-40% by 2020, and by at least 80% by 2050. These cuts must be made across society, with all individuals, organizations and communities taking action to reduce energy consumption and find alternative energy sources. In terms of climate change, there is a need for the society to take urgent action to effectively tackle their own carbon emissions.

GOALS (1ST Oct, 10- 31st may, 11)



To reach 1000 students from the 1st October 2010 to 30th April    2011
Educate the students on simple environmentally friendly life style tips
Engage the students in green activities through green clubs established in schools
Teach the students the importance of recycling to the environment and provide to the schools means of recycling

Items we provide to every school

  • 3 giant trash for recycling
  • seeds for planting trees
  • a solution to enviromental disorder present on the school


  • We target Junior secondry schools
  • 20 schools
  • 4 schools per month
  • Friday of each week
  • 3 hours of seminar and donations
  • minimum of 50 students per seminar

Expected Results

  • Planting of trees
  • management of enviromental school activities
  • recycling


Answers Solution and Knowledge around HIV/AIDS Issues


The ASK Project is an EAP(Empowering Africa Program) which is run to raise HIV/AIDS peer educators among Junior and Senior High students resulting in constant awareness on their campuses.   All LCs in Ghana run this project. In AIESEC CUC, it is present in 17 students; 7 schools in the kaneshie-bubuashie district and 10 other Junior High Schools in the Abokobi-Madina Area

Project Objectives

To develop emissaries and champions of HIV/AIDS prevention
Offer open space for discussion and sharing around HIV/AIDS issues between people from different nationalities and African students of higher and secondary education.
Create the awareness and synthesize a good environment that will help combat the disease
Increase the ability and skills to prevent HIV/AIDS in the African youth using practical case studies


ASK Project Partners

Project Activities

Come and Ask Day – 1st December
ASK Class Sessions
ASK Debate
ASK Inter-Schools’ Quiz
ASK Seminar

Project Benefits

  1. Personal
    • Team Building
    • Communication Skills
    • Reporting Skills
    • Facilitation and Teaching Skills
    • Social Networking
  2. Organisation
    • Event Management
    • Conflict Management
    • Proper Planning
    • Confidence in the Job Market


Don’t turn your back on AIDS