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HISTORY


In early 2004, through further collaboration and support from Save the Children, Curious Minds extended its activities to cover all regions of Ghana. The Ashanti Regional branch was launched in 2003, followed by the branch in the Upper East Regional capital called Bolgatanga.

School-based clubs are also in operation to expand the base of the children who directly benefit from the programme. In January 2004, another branch in the Central Regional capital Cape Coast was inaugurated. This group used the celebration of the 2003 International Children's Day of Broadcasting to raise more awarenessabout the need to grant children greater access to the media. The celebration was jointly held with the mother organisation of the club, Women-in-Broadcasting.

In collaboration with Plan Ghana, Curious Minds launched a pilot programme - "Yen Adwen" ("Our Opinion") on another station in Akan in December 2003. The aim was to enable children to use radio to advance their rights
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AIMS & OBJECTIVES

The goal of our project is to create a coalition of media and youth organizations that are committed to working together to bring youth voices into the mainstream press and instill an on-going dialogue so that youth are considered by everyone as a valued part of all communities.



 

 
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Curious Minds - Takoradi are trainning the youth to become better broadcasters and we are ready to recruit you.For more details you can call 0272211100 / 0202580086
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