1. Ghana ICT4AD Policy This policy was last updated in June 2003. Ghana’s ICT4AD policy is written in English. The Ministry of Communications drafted the policy.
2. The Ministry of Communications is responsible for implementing Ghana’s ICT4AD policy.
3. The Ghana Senior Schools Connectivity Project was an initiative of USAID and The Ministry of Education and Global E-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI). Information about GESCI can be obtained in Ghana’s ICT for Education Policy, from November 2008. The Ghana Senior Schools Connectivity Project ran from August 2012 to July 2013.
4. National E-Strategies for Development Global Status and Perspectives 2010, International Telecommunications Union.
The PanAfrican Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of ICTs, The OECD World Forum
The Global Information Technology Report 2012: Living in a Hyperconnected World, World Economic Forum
5. Ghanians primarily speak English; therefore, it was simple to find research on their ICT policies. While the ICT4AD policy is a little outdates at this point, further research indicates that progress has made, especially in the realm of education. A separate policy briefing (linked above) explains Ghana’s goals for ICTs in education.