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Accra Girls’ Vocational Institute (AGIVOC) is a solely owned, privately funded institution founded by Mrs. Jemima Asiedua Boafo. It was established in June 1973, and has been registered and recognized by the Registrar General’s Department, the Ghana Education Service (GES), and the National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI). It is situated in Tesano near the Santana Market, about three hundred yards away from the Police Station. Mrs. Boafo’s initial idea or vision for establishing AGIVOC was to train women irrespective of their backgrounds in basic vocational skills to help them acquire a trade in order to contribute to the Ghanaian economy and also to manage effectively in the marital home. But with time, this vision has been revised to respond to the needs of a changing community and the global world.AGIVOC aims to become a ‘world-class and best practice’ institution more widely recognized for its exceptional performance in vocational education and training and as an exciting place to study and work”