Life Long Learning

Life Long Learning

Inclusive development seeks to ensure benefit from economic and social development.

Inclusive development seeks to ensure benefit from economic and social development.

Promoting inclusive development

At KPMG, our focus on lifelong learning goes beyond the classroom. We work with the wider community to offer innovative coaching and mentoring programs and participate in global partnerships that help build skills, learning and progression across a lifetime. By embracing the role we all play as educators, we are making an important contribution towards the achievement of UN Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, helping to unlock a prosperous and inclusive future. Our commitment to learning is a key enabler for all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

CSR Project for Abelenkpe Kindergarten and Basic School

The firm in December 2019, had a sod-cutting ceremony for the renovation of the two kindergarten classrooms for the Abelenkpe Basic School and Kindergarten at a cost of GHC90,000.

The firm was moved to embark on this project after a visit to the school showed the dilapidated state of the two kindergarten classrooms and the unbearable heat the children were exposed to.

We therefore decided to adopt the renovation of these two classrooms as our CSR project. 


Supporting Dzorwulu JHS

As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, KPMG in Ghana supported Dzorwulu JHS over the period of three years. The projects which were completed in three phases started from 2016 through to 2018.

In 2016, we handed over a set of items to the school which included Teachers Chairs, Teachers Tables, Formica Boards for the JHS 1 Classrooms and Formica Board for outdoor teaching at an amount of GHC 7,500 as our first project.

The subsequent project had two phases, the first being the renovation of a classroom to a computer lab which begun in July 2017 and was handed over to the school in November 2017.

In January 2018, KPMG successfully bought twenty new desk top computers at an amount over GHC55,000 as the Phase two of the second project.

Supporting Abelenkpe JHS

Education Matters

At KPMG, we believe education is a major backbone for development. That is why we go all out to support individuals who have the passion to pursue higher education on all levels. KPMG in Ghana have been supporting persons belonging to educational associations in varied tertiary institutions for years now. Examples includes:

University of cape coast

Best Graduating Female student B.Com

University of Ghana Medical School

Medical Exchange programme support

University of Ghana Academic Affairs Directorate

University of Ghana Academic Affairs Directorate

University of Cape Coast Medical Students Association

Support of Medical Exchange Programme

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