Sports have been on the rise recently in Northern Ghana since the establishment of one of the nation’s most reputable sports edifice (Tamale Sports Stadium), which has become a good prospect for the local youth as they now harbor dreams and aspirations of creating a better future for themselves through sports.
The situation in Ghana is quite dire, to the extent that in recent times there has been a proclaimed ‘Association of Unemployed Graduates’. Many individuals who have been trained at the tertiary level through the formal education sector is facing unemployment. SEED seeks to mentor these young graduates to leverage their formal education make relevant policy change.
The intervention will contribute to citizen participation by organizing workshops to build the capacity of young people to foster the change that they want to see. It encourages the new generation to take an active part in the development of their communities and country.