Two Developmental Oriented groups signed MoU to Complement Efforts.
Sunyani, September 12, 2022
InspiNest, a Sunyani based hub, under the Ghana Hubs network, into empowering young people through digital platforms to change their mindset towards entrepreneurship have signed a developmental drive agreement document with the Sunyani Youth Development Association (SYDA) to propel entrepreneurial innovations for livelihood improvement in Sunyani and the Bono region.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), signed on Thursday seeks to foster a healthy collaboration that will lead both non-governmental organizations to jointly harness the skills and knowledge of young people through digital innovation.
It was also to establish a mutually beneficial relationship between both developmental focused groups and complement each other for socioeconomic empowerment for societal change.
Mr. Atta Akoto Senior, President of SYDA said the collaboration was with a thought of responsibility to impact others for collective National and global development.
He said the collaboration was taken keenly from the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs goals 17)”, one of the core values of SYDA”.
This partnership and activities to be implemented would also contribute to the attainment of goals 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 and 10 of the SDGs, Mr. Akoto added.
He was optimistic the relationship would help develop entrepreneurs made up of more women with innovative minds for Ghana and Africa to have a very solid future.
On his part, Mr. Felix Dumong, a Co-founder of InspiNest said it`s more amazing and much joy working together and believing in its possibilities, seeing the works of SYDA.
He expressed optimism the MoU would strengthen the relationship to pursue a common developmental agenda that would benefit not only Sunyani and our Bono region, but the entire country, continent and the globe.
Messrs Emil Persson and Felix Dumong, the Co-founders signed on behalf of InspiNest and Atta Akoto Senior, Nana Akomea Sakyi, President and Secretary respectively signed for SYDA.