Ghana Institute of Directors Donates to Dzowolu Special School

Ghana Institute of Directors Donates to Dzowolu Special School

Institute of Directors-Ghana (IOD-GH) has urged government and other cooperate institutions to extend more support to the less privilege institutions to improve the impact of these organizations in society.

The chief executive officer of Institute of Directors-Ghana, Mr. Fred Ayirtey, disclosed this in an interview with the media during a donation of the institute of Directors Ghana to the Dzorwulwu Special School.
The Institute of Directors-Ghana, a member of the African Corporate Governance Network (ACCGN) is a professional body licensed to champion director interests through advocacy, training and research in cooperate governance.

Ghana Institute of Directors

The institution which has been in existence for over twenty two years has impacted the local corporate governance landscape, promoting ethical leadership through advocacy for the practice of the culture of good corporate governance with support from the international finance corporation (IFC) of the World Bank Group.

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The idea for creating the institute was first birthed in October 1997, during a commonwealth heads of governments meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland. where it was resolved that capacity should be established in all commonwealth countries to reinforce corporations to promote good corporate governance, in particular, codes of good practice, establishing standards of behavior in the public and the private sectors to secure greater transparency to reduce corruption.

Ghana Institute of Directors

Institute of Directors-Ghana in commencement of activities to mark their twenty-second (22nd) anniversary celebration, donated to the Dzorwulwu Special School for the intellectual challenged.
The chief executive officer, Mr. Fred Ayirtey in an exclusive interview with adviced the children to take their academic very serious and do exactly what their teachers tell them which he strongly believes will help the special children to grow and become responsible in society.

Mr. Fred Ayirtey took the opportunity to call on the government and corporate organizations to come to the aid of less privilege organizations to enhance their inclusiveness in society.

Report by: Michael Agyenim Boateng || Shop @ Torsaa

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