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Devio Arts Centre

Devio Arts Centre

Summary: Devio Arts Centre is a non-profit children's art centre based in Ghana that uses a learning through play experience to promote holistic child development. --- Devio Arts Centre is a non-profit children's art centre based in Ghana. The Centre uses an afterschool arts and learning through play experience for children and adolescents between the ages of 3 and 18 years with the goal of developing minds, skills and talents important for holistic child development. The program integrates fun and learning to help children achieve their full potential. The organization works in three spaces: training teachers in schools that want to integrate the learning through play model in their school, running after-school programs for school, a...

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Devio Arts Centre

Devio Arts Centre is a non-profit children's art centre based in Ghana that uses a learning through play experience to promote holistic child development.

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  • Description of Scale and Reach

    Devio Arts is community based, results-driven after-school program for young people in underserved communities. Since its start with one community in the Greater Accra region, Devio Arts Centre has scaled to three more communities within Ghana. Currently there are 300 young people enrolled and more than 1600 who have engaged with the program in the past. Indirect beneficiaries include the students' families, their peers and members of their network. University students and others benefit from their volunteer work with Devio Arts through tutoring and mentoring programs. Devio Arts Center also has a partnership with Google through their volunteering program ''Google Reach'' which benefits both volunteers and children attending the program through mentorship and knowledge sharing. By December 2015, the program aims to engage an additional 800 young people, their families and friends, work with 18 volunteers (12 Google employees and 6 university students), support 12 public schools and engage about 30 creative arts teachers. The program is also in the process of working on the third edition of an annual children's festival in creative and digital arts.

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    Ghana