Every year, the British Broadcasting Corporation selects entrepreneurs, activists, medics and more - the women the BBC believes are working to change their world.
The brand released their list for 2015 on 18th November last year via their website.
According to the BBC, last year's list focused on octogenarians sharing life lessons; 'good girl' film-makers discussing expectations; nursing; five high-profile women; and the only Ghanaian on the list for 2015 is Ernestina Edem Appiah.
Ernestina Appiah is a 38 year-old social entrepreneur, who doubles as the founder of the Ghana Code Club. From the NGO's website, "is an after school activity program being organized in all basic schools in Ghana for children between the ages of 9-18. , a Non Governmental Organization registered in Ghana are the organizers of the Code Clubs."
The NGO works with ICT teachers from each school by creating projects and training them to meet goals and objectives. These projects teach children how to program by example showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites.
She wants to launch Ghana Code Club in most, if not all, basic schools in Ghana.
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