An independent educational consultancy, Neogenics Education last Saturday held the maiden of its Education Community (EDUCOM) Awards aimed at identifying the positive contributions made by individuals and organizations within the education community in Ghana and celebrate them.
Held at the Holiday Inn hotel in Accra, the event saw twenty award recognition given to the deserving including children, teachers, parents, office staff, schools, the media and other organisations.
The theme for the event was: “Inspiring Excellence in Education Delivery”.
Some notable individuals who received awards on the night included broadcast journalist with TV3 Network, Wendy Laryea and the founder of Youth Arena Network, Mr. Aaron Lordstone Kpogo.
See the full list of winners below
Educational Book Award – Aaron Lordstone Kpogo
Outstanding Achievement Award – Simon Shardow
Leadership in Education Award – Comfort Quartey
Education Support Worker Award – Bright Kwaku Dey
Novelty Project – Eric Vondee
Innovative Digital Teacher Award – Shine Dewovo
Young AdvocateAward – Kyere Dwamena Obed
Special Education Resource Award – Veronica Sackey
Outstanding Contribution to Local Communication – Fountain Gate International School
Outstanding Contribution for Digital Technology – Revo Education
Education Partnership Award – Camfed
Inspirational Teacher Award – Nanika Ottu
Media contribution to Education Award – Wendy Laryea (TV3)
Lifetime achievement Award – Alhaji Rahim Gbadamosi