Caroline Group of Companies outlines special initiatives
Caroline Group of Companies, an education and training consultancy firm, is set to embark on a series of initiatives with the aim of building the capacity of women and improving the quality of education.
Ms Caroline Esinam Adzogble, Chief Executive Officer of the company, addressing a press conference in Accra last Friday, said the projects, which include support to female prisoners across the country, would begin this month, July 2020.
She said her outfit intended to supply 1,000 personal care products to female prisoners at Nsawam and support other inmates who were still serving their sentences for their inability to pay court fines.
“I am committed to redefining prison reform. The support to female prisoners would be done every year and it will continue in other prisons across the nation. I believe some of the women are behind bars because they could not pay their fines, so I will help them settle that,” she assured.
Ms Adzogle added that she intended to launch an interactive educational channel known as ‘Caroline TV and Radio’, to help children study at home.
According to her, the company would embark on educational tour in some secondary and tertiary institutions to help students attain their education and career goals.
The organisation, she said, would again host conferences to help address diverse issues affecting women, with focus on entrepreneurship and personal development topics targeted at young people.
Expressing her commitment to meeting the educational needs of individuals and groups, Ms Adzogble said the company would train more people for consultancy.
“I plan to retire in the next two years, hence my determination to train more people and launch operations in other regions in the years ahead,” she said.
While calling for collaboration from stakeholders across all sectors, she advised women to continue working hard to reach their goals, adding that young people should not succumb to peer pressure and the temptations of social media and other vices.
By Spectator Reporter