MTN Ghana has zero-rated the website for the COVID 19 Recovery and Resilience (CoRe) programme which was recently launched by the Springboard Road Show Foundation with partnership from MasterCard Foundation and Solidaridad.
This means that educational videos, audios, and other coaching content on the CoRe programme can be assessed at no data cost to MTN subscribers for the rest of 2020.
Through this initiative, MTN Ghana is helping young Ghanaians to access relevant information to help them thrive in the COVID-19 pandemic era.
Starting this week, the CoRe programme will roll out six months of e-coaching, e-mentoring, and e-counseling in areas such as health and wellness, resilience, and job readiness skills.
About Springboard Road Show Foundation
The Springboard Road Show Foundation is the promoter of diverse mentoring and developmental interventions aimed at young people.
Its flagship annual programme, the Springboard Road Show has evolved into the nation’s biggest personal development conference since its first edition in January 2007.
Over the past 14 editions, over 200,000 participants in Ghana, Nigeria and Gambia have directly benefited from career guidance, group coaching, leadership conferences and one-on-one mentoring with over a million digital participants recorded.
About the Mastercard Foundation
The Mastercard Foundation works with visionary organizations to enable young people in Africa and in Indigenous communities in Canada to access dignified and fulfilling work.
It is one of the largest, private foundations in the world with a mission to advance learning and promote financial inclusion to create an inclusive and equitable world.
The Foundation was created by MasterCard in 2006 as an independent organization with its own Board of Directors and management.