Today, 18th April 2022, the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA), the organiser of the Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG) announced the 40 applicants that are selected to participate in the 3rd edition of the fellowship programme.  The selected Fellows represent participants from various stakeholder groups, as shown in the list. 

The aim of GhanaSIG is to create an avenue for people from diverse sectors and backgrounds to acquire the requisite skills in Internet Governance  to enable them to participate meaningfully to discourse at the community, national, regional and the international levels.

The hybrid fellowship is made up of one month online learning sessions and followed by a one week face-to-face training. The face-to-face programme is scheduled to take place in Accra from 28th June to 1st July 2022.

The selected Fellows are as follows:

1.   Adu Sedem Yaw Adolph | Lecturer | Academia

2.   Akakpo Redeemer Godsway | Information Security Officer | Business and Commerce

3.   Alhassan Awal Mohammed | Wikimedian (Volunteer) | Civil Society (NGO)

4.   Amedi Kwadwo Samuel | Technical Community

5.   Anguah-Mante Gyanwa Adeline | PhD Student | Academia

6.   Ankudey Anku Selorm | Principal ICT/Library Assistant | Academia

7.   Apenteng Isaac | Information Security Manager | Business and Commerce

8.   Appiah Sakyi Jacklyn | Student | Internet End User

9.   Arthur John Kwesi Ninsin Jerold | Senior Social Development Officer | Government

10. Beganim Maxwell | Training Associate | Civil Society (NGO)

11. Bichala Nana Akosua | Datacenter Manager | Internet Service and Connectivity Providers (ISPCP)

12. Boampong Gideon | Teacher | Government

13. Chukwu Nnamdi Benjamin | MPhil Student | Academia

14. Clerk Worthy Alexander | IT Analyst | Technical Community

15. Darkwa Sandra | Customer Experience Executive | Business and Commerce

16. Edah Yao Christian | Teacher | Academia

17. Fuseini Kamal-Deen Mohammed | Facilitator | Civil Society (NGO)

18. Gbodzor Jack Kwashie Emmanuel | Information Security Manager | Security Services

19. Hagan Kobina Mark | Deputy Director of IT | Security Services

20. Kagyah Manu Osei | Tutor and IT Community Engagement Lead | Civil Society (NGO)

21. Ketu Kweku Richard | Technician | Security Services

22. Kportiklah Bright | Coding Facilitator | Civil Society (NGO)

23. Kwarteng Elaina | Student | Academia

24. Kwofie Rebecca | Student | Academia

25. Latsu Kirk Godwin | Aquaculture Supervisor | Business and Commerce

26. Malor Lesley Carine | Statistician | Internet End User

27. Mensah Kaiff Akwasi John | Registration and Compliance Officer | Government

28. Mensah Anum Emmanuel | Business Development Manager | ISPCP

29. Monney Yaw Monney | Business Application Support Analyst | International Organization

30. Norgbe Thywill Enoch | Medical Laboratory Scientist | Internet End User

31. Ntsiful Linda | Communications and Fundraising Officer | Civil Society (NGO)

32. Obeng Ebenezer | Civil Engineer | Technical Community

33. Ofosu Ebenezer | Executive Director | Civil Society (NGO)

34. Ouedraogo Issouf Alan Wisdom | Student | Academia

35. Saeed Mohammed Amin | Systems Network Engineer | Government

36. Saeed Esi Tehminah | Co-Founder | Civil Society (NGO)

37. Seidu-Adam Faiza | Data Privacy Officer | Business and Commerce

38. Tetteh Lovia Princess | Development Practitioner | Civil Society (NGO)

39. Wobil Eduafu Bernard | Teacher | Academia

40. Yahya AbdulSalam Hassia | Head of Projects and Programs | Civil Society (NGO)

Note: All information above is self-reported by applicants.

GhanaSIG is a recognized registered member of the Dynamic Coalition on Internet Governance Schools, a worldwide body of Internet Governance Schools sharing best practices on Internet Governance. 

GhanaSIG is an Internet Governance fellowship training event but not an academic programme.

Team EGIGFA congratulates the 28 males and 12 females selected  for the 2022 Ghana School on Internet Governance fellowship for this achievement and wish them an enjoyable training.

Sarata Omane

GhanaSIG Fellowship Programs Manager

Vice President, Admin and Strategy – EGIGFA

Today, 14th April 2021, the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA) announced the 38 individuals that have been selected to participate in the 2nd edition of the  Ghana School on Internet Governance (GhanaSIG) programme as Fellows. 

The selected Fellows represent participants from various stakeholder groups.  The aim of the GhanaSIG is to create an avenue for people from diverse sectors and backgrounds to acquire the requisite skills in order to participate meaningfully to Internet Governance discourse at the community, national, regional and the international levels. 

The fellowship programme is scheduled to take place in Accra from 29th June-2nd July, 2021. The hybrid programme is made up of one (1) month online learning sessions and followed by the face-to-face training (if Covid-19 conditions allow). Onsite venue will be communicated soon to participants.

The selected Fellows are as follows:

ItemsNameProfession/Job TitleStakeholder
1Abandoh-Sam JosephSenior LecturerAcademia
2Abugri HannahJournalistGovernment
3Adamadu InnocentDevelopment Consultant (Associate Director)Civil Society (NGO)
4Agra MaxwellProgrammer (Backend Developer)Technical Community
5Ahortor Faraday MichaelAgriculture & Rural Development, Project ManagerInternet End User
6Akakpo AbigailEntrepreneur Business & Commerce
7Akinyemi MayokunDigital Marketing FreelancerBusiness & Commerce
8Amanfu RichardTelecommunications and Information Management. Civil Society (NGO)
9Ayayi JoshuaPrograms OfficerCivil Society (NGO)
10Charnor GodsonEntrepreneur and System AnalystBusiness & Commerce
11Darkwah RaynoldsCompliance OfficerGovernment
12Degbey GodwinDigital Marketer, Creative DirectorInternet End User
13Dennis EmmanuelIT Administrator (Assist. IT Manager)International Organization
14Gyamfi FosterIT Support OfficerInternet End User
15James UkemeobongEntrepreneur Business & Commerce
16Koukoyi EbenezerIT EducationistCivil Society (NGO)
17Kuleke BrightCoordinator Academia
18Kumordzie PrinceEntrepreneur/CEOInternet Service and Connectivity Providers
19Kusime BrightMilitary/Deputy Director Research and Development Security
20Kwadzokpo HarryIT ManagerBusiness & Commerce
21Kwakye GabrielLogistics and Supply Chain professional Business & Commerce
22Leeteye BenjaminBusiness ManBusiness & Commerce
23Majeed IsaacIT Service Desk/System AdministratorInternational Organization
24Manu FranklinaStudentAcademia
25Mawusi ProsperAdministrative AssistantInternational Organization
26Mensah WilliamWebsite DesignerInternet Service and Connectivity Providers
27Nantomah IbrahimLecturerAcademia
28Nimako GriffithsMaster’s graduate Academia
29Nwachukwu ChristianData ScientistTechnical Community
30Nyarko DanielProject CoordinatorTechnical Community
31Ohemeng AlexDemonstratorAcademia
32Okai GeorgeTechnical AssistantGovernment
33Owusu-Addae StephenBusiness Entrepreneur (Digital Marketing)Business & Commerce
34Quaicoo PhilipMeteorologistGovernment
35Sanoussi RachadStudentInternet End User
36Sobeng SolomonIT Professional/Network AdministratorAcademia
37Twumasi MieksData ManageressGovernment
38Zutah PrinceCEOBusiness & Commerce

Note: All information above is self-reported by applicants.

2021 GhanaSIG is convened by the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA). GhanaSIG is a recognized registered member of the Dynamic Coalition on Internet Governance Schools, a worldwide body sharing best practices on schools on Internet Governance.

We congratulate the 2021 Fellows of the Ghana School on Internet governance for this achievement and wish them an enjoyable Fellowship.

Sarata Omane

GhanaSIG Fellowship Programs Manager

Vice President, Admin and Strategy – EGIGFA 

Today, 15th July 2020, the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA) announced the 32 individuals that have been selected to participate in the first ever Ghana School on Internet Governance programme as Fellows. 

The selected Fellows represent participants from various sectors of the society, including government, academia, business, technical, security, civil society, Internet Service & Connectivity Providers and internet end user groups.

The aim of the Ghana School on Internet Governance is to create an avenue for people from diverse sectors and backgrounds to acquire the requisite skills in order to participate meaningfully to Internet Governance discourse at the community, national, regional and the international levels. 

The fellowship programme is scheduled to take place in Accra.  The hybrid programme is made up of one (1) month virtual session from 10th August to 10th September 2020 and a face-to-face session  from 11th to 13th November 2020.

The selected Fellows are below:

ItemsNamesStakeholder Group
1Abraham SelbyTechnical Community
2Alex BoaduAcademia
3Annibert NanorGovernment 
4Arnol Alimo Academia
5Barnabas AtangongoBusiness & Commerce
6Belinda Asio AkusikaAcademia
7Benjamin Odoi-LarteyAcademia
8Caleb Kuphe Kwabena AyiteyTechnical Community
9Emmanuel Plange Kurt Internet Service and Connectivity Providers (ISCP)
10Emmanuel Dabbie BotchwayInternet End User
11Emmanuel Asare KwakuInternet End User
12Evelyn Jumbo EwuradjoaBusiness & Commerce
13Frank AnatiTechnical Community
14Franklin Owusu-AkyeampongAcademia
15Gideon Lamptey Nii LanteiBusiness & Commerce
16Godsway Djokoto Seth JokinsonBusiness & Commerce
17Heartwell Baafi Nana Yaa AmoakoaAcademia
18Jerry Akakpo SelormAcademia
19Jesse Asiedu-AkrofiCivil Society
20Jessica Dadzie Government
21Joseph FranceBusiness
22Jutta Amanyo Yvette EyramISCP
23Lavish Mensah MawuenaInternet End User
24Makafui Quashigah KofiBusiness & Commerce
25Nana Kwame Gyamfi Academia
26Prince Kumah SenaInternet End User
27Samuel Lorkpa SenaSecurity
28Seth-Vincent KpodoSecurity
29Samuel Kwasi DansoBusiness
30Stephen DakyiInternet End User
31Theorose Dzineku ElikplimAcademia
32Wisdom Kordorwu KwablaAcademia

Note: All information above is self-reported by applicants.

About GhanaSIG: it is convened by the E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA). GhanaSIG is a recognized registered member of the Dynamic Coalition on Internet Governance Schools, a worldwide body sharing best practices on schools on Internet Governance.

We congratulate the very first ever Fellows of the Ghana School on Internet governance for this achievement and wish them an enjoyable Fellowship.

Sarata Omane

GhanaSIG Fellowship Programs Manager

Vice President, Admin and Strategy – EGIGFA