Africa Skills Hub (ASH) is a youth international non-governmental organization (INGO) based in Accra, Ghana and working throughout the African continent to build skilled African youth as agents of change through our social enterprise paradigm and grassroots community development approaches.
To Be A Leading center In The Creation of Opportunities For Africa’s Sustainable Development.
To build skilled African Youth As Agents of Change In Their Communities.
Who we are
ASH is a youth focused incubator which offers a range of capacity building, empowerment and advocacy programs including entrepreneurship, women empowerment, and hands-on skills development to contribute to sustainable development.
Since 2016, We have impacted directly, over three hundred (300) young graduates to obtain skills and jobs; over two thousand (2000) small and medium enterprises provided with entrepreneurship training; over five thousand (5000) women empowered through our economic empowerment initiatives; and over twelve thousand five hundred (12500) empowered through community dialogues and engagements.
Why Africa Skills Hub
ASH is committed to pioneering a grassroot developmental approach with the youth at the forefront of implementing progressively the African Union's Agenda 2063 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 1 – No Poverty, 4 – Quality Education, 5 – Gender Equality, 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth, and 17 – Partnerships for the SDGs through various forms of education, entrepreneurship and engagement.
Staff and Management Captured
Daniel Amoako Antwi
Emmanuel Leslie Addae
Blessing Kwasi Amenyo
Sowah Frank Ablorh
Elorm Billy Awittor
Beatrice Sefakor Anthonio
Philip Mensah Okpoti
ASH Women's Economic Empowerment Committee
This is a working group made up of academia, industry, social & development practitioners and gender advocates.
|Dr Mame Yauto||ASH Senegal|
|Anatu Ben Lawal||ASH(Chairperson)|
|Dr Nazia Ibrahim||Lecturer, University for Development Studies|
|Erasung Hadijah||Social Entrepreneur|
|Victoria Awuni||Assistant Lecturer, University of Development Studies|
|Afua Ohene Ampofo||Development Planner and SME Development Specialist|
|Golda Addo||Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Policy|
|Fatima Alimohamed||CEO at African Brand Warrior & Chairperson - Agribusiness Sector AGI|
|Adazewa Otoo||Policy Specialist E money at Alliance for Financial Inclusion|