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Who Are We? AIESEC is the world's largest youth-run organisation present in over 113 countries and territories with over 86,000 members. We are an independent non-governmental, not-for-profit and nonpolitical organisation. AIESEC Ghana is the national entity for AIESEC in Ghana and has been operational since 1960.

What Do We Do? We provide a platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential as well as strive towards making a positive impact on society.

How Do We Do It? We have two different experiences we deliver to young people: Team Experiences & International Internship Experiences. With our team experiences, you would get the opportunity to develop personal and professional skills through theoretical and practical means. These can be developed on different levels by working in a team as a LEADER or a MEMBER. With our internship experiences, young people would have access to thousands of internship opportunities globally either as a VOLUNTEER, where you work towards developing a community, solving a societal issues, working in a school or an NGO; or as a CORPORATE INTERN where you work towards professional development and organisational growth.

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Table of Contents National Management Team ........................................................................................... 4 Member Development..................................................................................................... 6 Internship Programmes ................................................................................................. 10 Corporate Relations ...................................................................................................... 23

Alumni Relations ........................................................................................................... 26 Online Presence ............................................................................................................ 28 Events & Other Reports................................................................................................. 30 Financial Report .................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined. Contact Us .................................................................................................................... 35

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National Management Team Robert Tetteh

Elisabeth Stava Brigitte Asamoah Fred Lumor Oluwashayo Tinuoye Babajide Okusanya Barnabas Nyaaba

Member Committee President MCVP Global Community Development and Internship Programmes MCVP Business Development MCVP Finance, Administration & Expansions MCVP AIESEC Experience MCVP Information Management & Communications Ougoing Exchange Manager

AIESEC UCC - Cape Coast

AIESEC KNUST - Kumasi

Francis Kweku Ansah – President

Kwadwo Kwakye – President

AIESEC Legon - Accra

AIESEC CUC - Accra

Edna Kavi – President

Jerome Deamesi – President

AIESEC CUCG - Sunyani

Expansion to UCOMS – Accra

Annette Pul - President

Benedicta Nartey – Expansions Manager

Expansion to UDS - Wa Cediq Kadir - Official Expansions Manager

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Organisational Focus "We are a collaborative platform that delivers a quality integrated leadership experience to develop young people" Scale up our operations

Expansions

Alumni

Capitalize on National Driver to increase our delivery the AIESEC XP

Ensure AIESEC presence all over Ghana.

Establish an independent AIESEC Ghana Alumni Association

Talent Capacity | Customers & Partners | IT & Infrastructure | Branding National Drivers

GlobalCommunity Developement Program - Outgiong

Based on general consensus at the National Planning Conference held in June 2012, these two programs were agreed to be the focus areas in order to drive growth and financial sustainability for the organization.

Global Inernship Program - Incoming

60 Incoming 20 Outgoing

Global Community Development Program

500

Global Internship Program

1200

Team Leader Program

Team Member Program

Goals for the year

350 Incoming 150 Outgoing

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Definition of Terms Team Member Programme: A Team Member Programme (TMP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a practical team experience at a local, national, regional or global level. Team Leader Programme: A Team Leader Programme (TLP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership through leading and guiding others in their work and experience at a local, national, regional or global level. Raise: This happens when an opportunity (a role on a team) to have a team experience is created on the system which members would have to apply for Match: This happens when a member has been allocated to a team opportunity AIESEC Ghana when | ghana@aiesec.net P.O.been Box matched LG 364 Legon | www.aiesecghana.org | +233 (0) 302 226team 902 Realize: This happens a member who| has to a team opportunity has begun working in the National Partners which lasts for at least 8 weeks.

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Over 1000 Members Currently, according to the data provided by myaiesec.net (our Global Information System), see Global Information System Data for more information) our membership base until the end of this quarter is over 1000 spread across 7 universities. We have 700 members participating in our Experiential Leadership Development Programmes. The analysis for myaiesec.net is a bit different from the current reality as new members are yet to register on the system and some alumni are still recognized as members. Even though we grew in matching and realization, the local reality is slightly different from what is on the system and the reason for this can be traced to first, inability to use aiesec.net to extract the membership data and lack of performance at local executive level.

Training Camps There was training on talent capacity building in AIESEC UCOMS where the executive board and members were taken back to our essence and progress and how their role is important in driving the growth of their local entity. At the end of the training members connected to the ‘why’ of AIESEC and were motivated and ready to deliver.

308 Recruited Local entities which were not able to complete their recruitment in the first quarter were able to do so this quarter. This recruitment was conducted by KNUST, CUC and UCOMS. This is in addition to the 219 recruited in quarter 1 by Legon, UCC and CUCG.

RECRUITMENT IN LOCAL COMMITTEES

CUC

89

15

30

20

59

95

Recruits

CUCG

KNUST

LEGON

UCC

UCOMS

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660 Team Member Experiences & 269 Leadership Experiences From this analysis, we grew in TMP/TLP matching and realization in this quarter by over 200%. Local committees that are increasing member efficiency tremendously include Legon and CUCG. To the other LCs, There is a need to make sure that members are participating more in LC activities, assigned roles on myaiesec.net and that these activities are result oriented activities. Reward and recognition in the next quarter will be based on results and the number of people contributing to the result.

TEAM EXPERIENCES DELIVERED LOCALLY Q2

Total

Q1

Q2

Total

47 CUC

TEAM EXPERIENCES DELIVERED NATIONALLY

CUCG

2010/2011

660

Leader Experiences

Relative Growth in member experiences over 2011: 807.7%

2012/2013

269

2011/2012

77

194

500

660 269

627 211

LEGON

58

33

KNUST

TEAM EXPERIENCES DELIVERED NATIONALLY 1200

Member Experiences

18

11 0

5

5

7

23 29

LEGON

53

KNUST

72

CUCG

34 34

91 96

0

CUC

15 22

83 83 6

58

62

80

229 234

Q1

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES DELIVERED LOCALLY

Q1

Q2

ACHIEVED

GOAL

MEMBER EXPERIENCES

LEADER EXPERIENCES

Absolute Growth in members experiences over 2011: 583 Relative Growth in leadership experiences over 2011: 407.5% Absolute Growth in leadership experiences over 2011: 216

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Presence at Conferences

We were represented at AIESEC Kenya’s Amplified Conference in November by Fred Lumor on the national team, who participated as a facilitator for the conference. On the West-Africa sub-regional level, we also participated in the West Africa Connecting Seminar (WACS 2012) in Nigeria with 6 delegates and 3 facilitators.

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Definition of Terms GCDP: A Global Community Development Programme (GCDP) experience is an opportunity for young people to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by creating direct positive impact through an international volunteer experience. GCDPi/GIPi (GCDP Incoming/GIP Incoming): These refer to GCDP/GIP opportunities for foreigners to experience in Ghana GCDP/GIPo (GCDP Incoming/GIP Outgoing): These refer to GCDP/GIP opportunities for young people to experience outside Ghana GIP: A Global Internship Programme (GIP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a cross-cultural professional development experience AIESEC Ghana | ghana@aiesec.net | P.O. Box LG 364 Legon | www.aiesecghana.org | +233 (0) 302 226 902 National Partners Exchange Participant (EP): These are people who enlisted to participated in GCDP/GIP experiences Raise: This happens when an opportunity for a GCDP/GIP experience to be lived is created or an EP is

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Match: This happens when an exchange participant has been assigned GCDP/GIP opportunities and is awaiting to live the experience Realize: This happens when the exchange participant has started living the internship experience

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Global Community Development Programmes (GCDP) 167 Incoming Volunteer Experiences LOCAL COMMITTEE PERFOAMNCE

Relative Growth over 2011: 13.6%

167

147

20

43

Absolute Growth over 2011: 20

0

2

7

CUC

0

0

4

23

27

41

119

Total

147

350

GCDP Incoming

72

Q2 65

Q1

NATIONAL PERFORMANCE

CUCG

KNUST

LEGON

GCDPI MONTHLY DELIVERYCOMPARISON FROM 2010 - 2012 2011

2012

Kenya – 220

78

2010

Africa GCDP Outgoing Ranking

61

65

Ghana – 167

39

Mauritius -113

JULY

8 11 6

7 4

17 12 12

28 9 9

17

21

28

Tanzania – 110 Cameroon - 65

AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

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Incoming Volunteers by Country 45

41

40 35 30 25 19

20 14

15

14

10 10 5

3

1

2

4 1

5 2

1

1

2

1

2

2

1

3

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

3

1

0

Incoming Volunteers

14 Societal Impact Projects AIESEC Ghana Local Committees runs projects under three focus areas of the Active Contribution Programme (ACP)’:  Leadership & Career Development  Health Improvement  Education & Literacy

Leadership & Career Development

African YES! (Young EntrepreneurS) Project Career Fair

Global Village

This is a project aimed at building up entrepreneurs with practical business plans and network of contacts This is an event where companies exhibit the corporate world and engage with university students This is an event where young people of diverse backgrounds meet to

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Language Academy

 iCare Project  Answers Solutions & Knowledge Around HIV (ASK) Project  Humancare & Development (HCD) Project Education & Literacy  SwITch  LinkedIn Health Improvement

 Torch  ReadWide African Tourism (AfriTour) All Green Project

Melody Seed

learn about their diverse cultural backgrounds. This is aimed at training young people on different languages to prepare them for work in non-English speaking environments and to give them a competitive edge over their peers These is aimed towards HIV/AIDS awareness

This project is geared towards raising awareness on basic health and hygiene issues This is an IT-based project aimed at educating young people and community dwellers These projects are aimed at educating children in rural communities This project is aimed at exploring tourists sites and developing business ideas for improving them The project aims to raise awareness on environmental problems to preserve our surrounding world. This project aims at using music and art to educate children on societal issues

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ACP Coordinator’s Report The ACP Coordinator Sean Fourmacou, was in Ghana for 2 weeks to work on the implementation with National Vice President GIP & GCDP as well as all local committees. He visited local committees to provide trainings as well as conducted research on AIESEC Ghana here. Below Is his report:

Countries Ghana has signed partnership with for ICX: Germany, Kenya, Mozambique, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin, Hong Kong. Quality improvement initiatives in Ghana: Right now we are using NPS to gather output and enlighten LCs with it, also we are using Customer feedback, this includes getting evaluation from every intern/ep/Tn taker after an internship. Trends in GIP: Media marketing, Project run: EAPs (switch, YES, ASK, Afritour), Melody Seed (Project aims at using music and art to educate children on societal issues), All Green Project (This project aims to raise awareness on environmental issues to preserve our surrounding world)

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39 GCDP Outgoing Experiences LOCAL COMMITTEE PERFOAMNCE

GCDP Outgoing

Total

80

Q2

Relative Growth from 2011: -7.1%

39

21

Absolute Growth from 2011: -3

1 0 0 0

1 0

1

5

6

8

17

22

11 9

10 9

42

17

Q1

NATIONAL PERFORMANCE

CUC

CUCG

KNUST LEGON

UCC

GCDPO MONTHLY DELIVERYCOMPARISON FROM 2010 2012 2011

2012

8

JULY

AUGUST

OCTOBER

0

1

1

2

SEPTEMBER

0

0

0

1

2

4

5

6

8

14

15

17

21

2010

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

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Outgoing Volunteers by Country 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0

Africa GCDP Outgoing Ranking Nigeria – 77 South Africa – 64

Outgoing Volunteers

Ghana -39 Ethiopia – 25 Kenya - 20

Go! West Africa Campaign The Go! West Africa Campaign is a national campaign in AIESEC Ghana created with the aim of boosting AIESEC Ghana’s GCDP Outgoing Exchange Programme to West Africa. It is an initiative made up by local committees and the member committee in AIESEC Ghana and will be run on local level, with strategies and support from the member committee. The campaign will run over a period of three months, with specific timelines for raising, matching and realizations. The goal is to capitalize on the winter peak and promote the opportunity for young people to have a winter break with purpose this winter. Campaign Objectives Pricing Create excitement around the exchange US$0.00 for members of the organisation opportunities within the West African Region! US$50 for non-members of the organisation Send out minimum 100 young people to go on GCDP exchange during the Christmas break 2012-2013 Showcasing opportunities and uniqueness of the West African Region The report of this campaign would be published in the third quarter report.

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Global Internship Programmes (GIP) 8 GIP Incoming Experiences NATIONAL PERFORMANCE

LOCAL COMMITTEE PERFOAMNCE

60

GIP Incoming

2

Absolute Growth over 2011: 0

10

0

CUCG

0

0 0 0

CUC

0 0 0

0 0 0

2

8

10

20

2

Total 2

Q2

2

Q1

Relative Growth over 2011: 0%

KNUST LEGON

UCC

2011

2012

1

2 1 0

1

1

1

2

3

3

3 1

2

2

3

4

6

2010

17

GIP INCOMING MONTHLY DELIVERYCOMPARISON FROM 2010 2012

JULY

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

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Incoming Professional Interns by Country Incoming Professional Interns 2

2

Belgium

1

1

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

1

1

1

1

Denmark

Kenya

Singapore

United States

Interns provided to companies

Advanced Teaching

2

1

Organisational Management + Planning Advanced Mathematics

Interns provided to companies 2

Top 5 Background Requirements of Companies

1

1

1

1

Counselling & Guidance Event Management

Aquafresh Brand Effect Byblos Hotel Global Media Alliance

Imexo

International Community College

Japan Motors

Africa GIP Incoming Ranking

Companies pending interns Interns yet to be provided

Ghana – 10

3 2 1

South Africa – 9

2

1

1

Cameroon -9 Nigeria – 7

Atlantic International Holding

BBnZ Live

Brand Effect

Inspirational Media Africa

International Community College

Volta Presentation

Tanzania - 6

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4 GIP Outgoing Experiences

Total

14

Absolute Growth over 2011: 32

0 0 0

CUCG

0

0 0 0

CUC

0

0

2

8

10

16

1 1

1 1

GIP Outgoing 60

Q2

1 1

Q1

Relative Growth over 2011: 27.82%

NATIONAL PERFORMANCE

LOCAL COMMITTEE PERFOAMNCE

KNUST LEGON

UCC

GIP OUTGOING MONTHLY DELIVERYCOMPARISON FROM 2010 2012 2011

2012

JULY

AUGUST

1

2

2 1

1

1

1 0

0

0

0

1

2

2

3

4

6

8

2010

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

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Outoing Pressional Interns by Country Incoming Professional Interns 1

1

1

1

Top 5 Background of Interns Project Management

Egypt

India

Oman

Russia

Event Management Introductory Accounting Introductory Marketing Training & Development

Africa GIP Incoming Ranking

Cote D’Ivoire – 19 Nigeria – 18 Uganda -10 Cameroon – 5 Mauritius - 5

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Partnership Development Analysis There has been a strong focus on following-up on and service the various national exchange partners in this quarter. The partnerships have been managed by conducting regular follow-up meetings, evaluation with interns and the companies and invitation to various events. In addition to the development and focus on exchange, there has also been other activities and support from the national exchange partners. Byblos Hotel and AIESEC Ghana are now cooperating in arranging a weekly hangout for AIESEC Ghana where interns, members, partners and alumni are invited for an informal event to connect and enjoy. In relation to this, Byblos Hotel is providing the venue (Venus Bar) and are giving specific discounts and/or free food or drinks to everyone attending this event (TYF Thursday). Aquafresh has also been contributing to AIESEC Ghana, by giving out in-kind (fruit juice) for our events, in quarter 2; AIESEC Ghana Member Motivation Event. Both these agreements are prearranged to continue in quarter 3 and quarter 4. Ghana Immigration Service Another vital partnership AIESEC Ghana hold is with Ghana Immigration Service. This cooperation has been in existence for several years and is a vital part of the role of MCVP GIP & GCDP to satisfy the Immigration Service and interns coming to Ghana. The partnership is still strong, though with some encounters along the way. The partnership is arranged to continue and the goal for Q3 is to have a written, formal agreement to state the conditions of the partnership. For the partnership AIESEC Ghana receives free services for all visa procedures except emergency visa. MCVP GIP & GCDP is fully responsible for carrying out the arrangements of the partnership for AIESEC Ghana both on local and national level. AIESEC Partnership Development Analysis As part of the strategy of strengthens AIESEC entity partnerships in West Africa, MCVP GIP & GCDP was selected to attend the West African Connection Seminar in Nigeria as facilitator for the conference. Main responsibility was to together with the whole conference team, ensure a high quality conference with space for learning, development, discussions and increase knowledge about AIESEC across all the West African entities. Another important role of the conference was to serve as a platform to further develop the partnerships AIESEC Ghana established in quarter 1 with AIESEC Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Senegal and Nigeria; as well as discussions with other West African AIESEC entities on how to work together to deliver exchange among the entities. The result of the conference was stronger commitment and cooperation amongst the entities with specific guidelines to follow the exchanges amongst the entities. AIESEC Ghana | ghana@aiesec.net | P.O. Box LG 364 Legon | www.aiesecghana.org | +233 (0) 302 226 902 National Partners

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AIESEC Germany and AIESEC Ghana have been working throughout quarter 2 after agreeing on a partnership in quarter 1. Results from the partnership is meeting where deciding upon how to best cooperate and to create tracking for specific interns from Germany and internships in Ghana to ensure suitable matches. Realizations of these internships will happen in January, February and March. AIESEC Ghana also has cooperation with the AIESEC entities in the Nordics (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Finland) and in cooperation there has been several activities to match internships between the different entities. Amongst them; matching mania, special advertisement of Ghana created both from AIESEC Ghana and the other AIESEC entities. AIESEC Mainland of China and AIESEC Ghana arranged a “matching mania” only open for the two entities, with exchange participants present from China and account managers for internships present from Ghana. In total there is planned to come approximately 20 exchange participants from China to Ghana in Quarter 3. AIESEC Kenya and AIESEC Ghana have been working on promoting each other’s entities, in this relation AIESEC Ghana provided AIESEC Kenya with a promotion video. In addition to cooperation around exchange, both entities has also promoted CEED and AIESEC Ghana will send one leader to Ghana, while Ghana will receive two leaders from Kenya to come and volunteer in various AIESEC portfolios.

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The Business Development portfolio manages the corporate relations of the organisation with the following goals:  Ensure Financial Sustainability of the organisation  Develop Core Work Products that generate financial resources on long term  Support to improve performance andLG sales TN Raising, Fund Raising and Partners Raising AIESEC Ghana LCs | ghana@aiesec.net | P.O. Box 364on Legon | www.aiesecghana.org | +233 (0) 302 226 902 National Partners approach, segments and investors approach.  Coordination of BD strategy and BD Team on: Corporate  Sustain all existing National Partnerships and generate new ones  Create a strong exposure and image of AIESEC in our stakeholders group  To ensure profiling AIESEC and representation AIESEC at appropriate events. Ghana of 12.13 Second Quarter Report

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59 Companies Engaged Engagement on National Level

Exp Social Marketing

Spearhead Networks

BrandEffects Ghana Ltd

Growth Mosaic

Advocacy for Women Empowerment and Child Rights

Wishes Alliance

Phamous Media Group

mySPEEDEM.com

BusyInternet

BrandEffects Limited

Unilever Ghana

EuroLPG Holdings

Google Ghana

UT Bank

Innovare Learning Centre

NIMU Team

Ghana Think

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Engagement on Local Level CUCG         

Glo rLG Communications KLM Eusbett Hotel Jeomaxx Company Limited Storm FM NIB Bank Zenith Bank Eusbett Goil

KNUST    

Ashanti Gold Kessben FM Donyima Co. Ltd Kwasi Opong Co. Ltd.

            

Wishes Alliance Imexco Volta Prestation Autoparts Ghana Ltd BBnZ Hydra Offshore Ghana The Hunger Project Psycho-tech International Company Gulf oil and marine Lubcon Ghana Limited Xerox Ghana Menergy Int. Ghana Willow dale international

Legon              

Access Bank Kreative Islands West African AIDS Foundation (WAAF) Metallex Safina Kreative Islands Environmental Protection Agency Ghana Tourist Board Book Trust Accra Breweries CareNet Ghana Green is Easy Ghana Concern Health Education The Apple club

UCC   

Central Regional Hospital Phoenix Insurance Hope for Future Generations

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Alumni Coordination Creation/compilation of alumni database is still in progress. Alumni engagement plan was also developed to enhance our engagement with the alumni. There were meetings with alumni (physically/virtually) and hangouts.

Alumni First Thursday The alumni first Thursday was held on the 6th December 2012 at Alisa hotel. Over 20 alumni were present. At this meeting, the interim team of AIESEC Ghana alumni association was constituted. Suggestions were given on how to make the next alumni first Thursday better. On the 15th of December, the team had a meeting to create a sustainable plan for the first half of 2013. Responsibles for certain roles were also assigned.  

Yaw Oddom and Mary Mamaah – Communication Nii Nartey, Selassie and Dela Ayivor – Finance & External Relations

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Website under construction The website is still under construction. This is being done in partnership with Webio, a Romanian company. The website would be developed incrementally with features added over a period of time. The date of the first release is the 28th of November and the final release on the 15th of January 2013. The old website is still being used prior to then.

Website Analytics ○

1817 visits

2128 pages viewed

TOP 5 COUNTRIES VISITING WEBSITE

INDONESIA

59

US

66

135

GHANA

154

402

886 Visits to the website

GERMANY

INDIA

Internet Infrastructure Meetings and discussions have been had with Busy Internet and the MCVP BD on providing internet facility for the national and local offices. This conversations are to be finalized in January.

Social Media – fb.me/aiesecinghana 2200+ Facebook fans fb.me/aiesecinghana

190+ Twitter followers @aiesecghana

700+ YouTube views

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West Africa Connecting Seminar 2012 Report West Africa Connecting Seminar is an annual conference held in the West Africa sub-region to promote collaboration and co-delivery among AIESEC entities in the sub-region. This year’s edition of the conference was held in Ilorin, Nigeria with over 100 participants from Burkina Faso, Benin, Togo, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Senegal, Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana and Canada. The conference started on the 26th of October, 2012 and ended on the 1st of November, 2012. AIESEC Ghana participated in this conference with 3 trainers and 11 delegates.

Ghana’s most respected CEO and Company Award AIESEC Ghana was invited to PwC’s Ghana’s Most Respected CEO and Company Awards which was held on the 21st of October, 2012 where top executives of top companies in Ghana were present. The event was launched by AIESEC Ghana’s national Board chairman: Mr. Felix Addo.The event created avenues for networking with BusyInternet, rLG, UT Bank and many more

National Youth Achievers Award The National Youth Achievers Award was held on the 26th of October, 2012. This was split into a day event which was a corporate exhibition, job fair and symposium by companies all over Ghana and an evening event which was the award ceremony. For the day event AIESEC Ghana participated by having a booth at the event to showcase AIESEC to youths and companies. We were able to achieve the following: AIESEC Ghana | ghana@aiesec.net | P.O. Box LG 364 Legon | www.aiesecghana.org | +233 (0) 302 226 902 National Partners

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132 people registered to join AIESEC 23 AIESEC members were present for the job fair 12 AIESEC members were present for the awards ceremony 1 alumnus was met 13 companies engaged

For the night event, we were given free tickets to attend the evening event where we met a number of high profile people in Ghana such as Jackie Appiah, Kafui Dey, President John Dramani Mahama and more.

IT Leaders West Africa Summit The IT Leaders West Africa Summit was an event organised by Kintetic Events, South Africa from the 28th to 29th of November, 2012 to bring together top IT executives in the West Africa subregion. AIESEC Ghana was invited to participate in the event. Babajide Okusanya was selected to be a panellist and Brigitte Asamoah and Mimi Koranteng were selected to be delegates. By the end of the event, we had engaged over 16 companies which were interested in our products. We were also featured on two newsblogs: Cranchon and CFA Leverage.

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Alumni Hall of Fame Recognition Lunch On the 1st of December, 2013, we celebrated Professor John Kobla Aheto for receiving the AIESEC International Alumni Hall of Fame Award. He was joined by members of AIESEC Ghana Board oof Advisors: Gifty Annan Myters – MD of Canadian University Application Center, Reginald Laryea – MD of Media Majique, Michael Cobblah - Country Representative of Ecobank Development Corporation, Sanjay Rughani – CFO of Standard Chartered Bank and Kweku Badu-Addo – CEO of Standard Chartered Bank and host of the event. Alumni also joined in to celebrate with Professor Aheto.

TICAD V Student Project Collaboration As the TICAD V will be held in Yokohama June 2013, Japanese youths have established TICAD V Student Project. TICAD stands for “Tokyo International Conference on African Development”. It was launched in 1993 to promote high-level policy dialogue between African leaders and development partners. TICAD has since evolved into a major global framework to facilitate the implementation of initiatives for promoting African development under the dual principle of African “ownership” and intNational Board of Advisors

Mr. Felix Addo – Board Chair

Mr. Kweku Bedu

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Senior Country Partner Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Michael Cobblah

Mrs. Gifty Annan-Myers

Country Representative

Managing Director

Professor Aheto

Mr. Reginald Laryea

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Managing Director

Dr. Frank Odoom

Mr. Samuel Adetola

C.E.O Director General

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