EU invests in new information technology lab at Ghana immigration school
The 70 computer labs will focus on preparing students with technical skills to improve the capacity of immigration officials to manage Ghana's borders and channel migrants toward intended destinations.
“In this digital age, IT skills are required in all areas of immigration duties," Project Manager Kazumi Nakamura said. "The lab will greatly enhance the capacity of immigration officers to perform their day-to-day migration management duties more professionally and effectively."
The new facility will paid for over three years through the E.U.'s 10th European Development Fund.