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Micro Media Xtreme
A brief history
After 20 years of service to Education within Universities and Colleges in United Kingdom Andrew Poku-Amankwah launched the Centre for Computer Literacy & Information Technology (C-CLAIT) in 2012. Andrew was amazed and saddened by the extent of the global IT literacy crisis and the lack of programs and resources that were dedicated to addressing this critical issue.
His firm beliefs that IT literacy provides the opportunity for people to break the shackles of poverty that lead to the establishment of the Centre for Computer Literacy & Information Technology (C-CLAIT). His aim was to form an Institution that could provide direct IT educational support to those who needed it most, as well as advocate the IT literacy issue and how it continues to force millions of people into a poverty-stricken life.
Our dream is for a world where every citizen has access to a free and quality IT education. At C-CLAIT we are doing our best to make this dream a reality.
Micro Media Xtreme was established in February 2004 with the main purpose of training and recruiting IT Professionals in Ghana who have graduated from their chosen course of study but unable to find job due to lacking experience in IT or the high level of unemployment rate in the country. Also giving a second chance to the less privilege citizen who thinks Computing is for the privileged and last but not the least there are also lots of people out there who uses a ‘Computer as a Glorious Typewriter’.
Micro Media Xtreme is a group of companies comprising Centre for Computer Literacy & Information Technology (C-CLAIT) which focuses mainly in IT Consultancy &Training, Easy Link Internet Services offering Internet Access to Companies and Individuals and also operating the finest Internet Café’s and Computer Incubator Centre in the Metropolis.
Micro Media Xtreme believes that IT education is the key to fighting poverty. Making it affordable and quality IT education available to every citizen will enable poverty to be conquered once and for all, and will improve the living standards for millions of people in Ghana especially those in the rural area.