How we work

How we work

We are a group of International academics who truly believe in an agenda for positive change, Education can provide a pathway to prosperity!
There are many different approaches to using education to reduce poverty, however we always need to reflect with our local partners and have professors on the ground in Africa. Taking into account various factors including the specific context and the needs and goals of the individuals or communities involved. There are some key principles and strategies that are commonly considered effective in addressing poverty through education:

1. Firstly Addressing basic needs: In many cases, individuals living in poverty face significant challenges in meeting their basic needs, such as food, shelter, and healthcare. Providing support for these needs can help to create a stable foundation for educational success.

2. Access to quality education: Ensuring that all individuals have access to high-quality educational opportunities can help to level the playing field and provide opportunities for upward mobility. This may involve investing in public schools, expanding access to higher education, and providing training and resources for educators.

3. Skills-based training: Providing training and education that is specifically geared toward developing skills such as accounting, for entrepreneurs, or specific skills such as math and english qualifications, that are in demand in the job market can help to increase individuals’ earning potential and provide pathways out of poverty.

4. Empowering communities: Engaging with and empowering local communities can help to ensure that educational initiatives are tailored to the specific needs and contexts of the individuals and communities they serve.

Ultimately, the most effective approach to using education to reduce poverty will depend on the specific context and needs of the individuals and communities involved. However, by addressing basic needs through partners and governmental organizations, expanding access to quality education, providing skills-based training, empowering communities, and addressing systemic issues, it may be possible to make progress toward reducing poverty and increasing opportunities for all individuals.

Social Research

Social Research is a method used by social scientists and researchers to learn about people and societies so that they can design products/services that cater to various needs of the people or take an alternative action to solve their problems.
Different socio-economic groups belonging to different parts of a country think differently. Various aspects of human behavior need to be addressed to understand their thoughts and feedback about the social world, which can be done using Social Research. Any Circumstances or condition can trigger social research – new feature, new market trend or an upgrade in old technology.

ARC commitment to undertaking Social Research to cater for socio-economic of needs of the society or citizenry:

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A Social Research & Development Association Registered in Ghana and the European Union

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