Has an advisory and advocacy role
Dr. K. Adu Boahen (Chairman)
Prof. Albert K. Awedoba
Mrs. Rose Ankrah
Dr. Owusu Brempong
Mrs. Patience Vormawor
S. L. d'Souza, MA
Mrs. Irene Okere
Concerned with policies, strategies and relationships with the environment e.g. project direction, resource acquisition, links between the project and other parts of the organization
Mad. Sarah Dsane - Ag. Director
Facilitate the successful implementation of the project through project management and control in the short to medium term
Mad. Sarah Dsane - Ag. CEO
Mad. Felicia Ntow - Programmes Manager
Emmanuel Nii Bortey - Programmes Assistant
Andrew Kofi Asante - Audio Visual Engineer
Support and other service delivery in the short to medium term
Institute for Research, Advocacy and Training
The Historical Society of Ghana
Ofamfa New Media Design
Culture Eduacation and Technology Network (CETNET) collaborated with Ofamfa™ to design a campaign strategy on behalf of the National Peace Council towards the peace during the presidential elections in Ghana. As the presidental elections drew closer, tensions mounted between the political parties and the need to call attention to the nation was ever so urgent. We designed a hybrid media campaign which included interactive peer-to-peer discussions, below the line advertisements, mobile cinema evangelism and mass media video camapign. We worked within the shortest possible time to film, edit, produce and deliver in varied formatting, all content which was subsequently broadcast on all television, radio, video centres and on the internet.
Culture Eduacation and Technology Network (CETNET) collaborated with Ofamfa™ to design a campaign strategy on behalf of the Ministry for Women and Children's Affairs to help them promote the passing of Ghana's Domestic Violence Bill. The draft bill was met with strong oppsition everywhere it was promoted partly because of its content and the methodology used in the promotion. We helped to design a much better and direct communications approach which fueled a different reception; eventually the bill was passed and is now part of Ghana's laws.
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