Pleroma Academy aims to give equal opportunity to brilliant low income learners in rural Ghana by sending 10 students to university and empowering them with an additional foreign language and soft skills development.
The Gross enrolment ratio to tertiary in Ghana in 2018 according to the office of UNESCO was 15.69%. Despite the launching out of free education at the secondary level to relieve low-income learners by the Government of Ghana, access to tertiary education is still very elitist. This project will support low income learners to enjoy education at the tertiary level while empowering them to be global and balanced leaders.
Pleroma Academy sponsors 10 rural low income learners to university. The learners will be mentored and will enjoy an additional foreign language (French) and be equipped with leadership and soft skills development programmes.
This project will raise beneficiaries to be active citizens, conscious of their responsibility to others as well as to the nation