Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs - Solidarity Fund for Innovative Projects (FSPI)
Following the FSPI NYANSAPO call for projects from the French Embassy in Ghana, Daniel DZAHINI has applied with ASHESI University as local partner (ashesi.edu.gh )

This project, financed by the Solidarity Fund for Innovative Projects (FSPI) of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, aims to support cooperation initiatives between French and Ghanaian higher education and research institutions, around the central objective of the employability of young Ghanaian graduates, in order to strengthen their professional integration.
 
The project is called GISS (Ghana Instrumentation Sensors and Systems) and it is among the winners.

This 2-year project aims at organising a series of master courses in Ghana for local students with the participation of several instructors and industrials from France.

The objective is a transfer of knowledge to encourage the emergence of new jobs in this English-speaking country, in the field of microelectronics and instrumentation.
Mis à jour le 17 May 2022