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Background INVTC is a private, all female vocational institute owned by International Needs Ghana (INGH), a non-governmental organization. INVTC operates under INGH, which was registered under the Registrar General’s Department in October, 1987, under the Company’s Code (Act 179), number 33,476.   Vision INVTC's vision is to provide graduates imbued with the requisite technical and vocational skills, and attitudes to confront the challenges of the business world.  
Name of organization:  Ho Polytechnic Address:                       P. O. Box HP 217.  Ho. Volta Region Telephone:                   + 233-(0)-3620-26456 Email:                  Website:               HISTORY: Ho Polytechnic is the premier national tertiary institution in the Volta Region. The Polytechnic started in 1968 as a technical institute with the primary objective of providing pre-technical education. By 1972, the Institute made tremendous progress and upgraded its courses.
Background St. Theresa Center for the Physically Challenged Abor, is a voluntary and non-profit making Organisation depending on the Catholic Diocese of Keta-Akatsi to cater for the welfare of the physically challenged in the Society. It was built by late Rev. Fr. Angelo Confalonieri, a Combonian missionary from Italy who worked in favour of the less privileged in the Volta region. The centre was commissioned officially on the 29th April 1989 by Lt. Gen. A. Quainoo.  
POSTAL:   POST OFFICE BOX 76. KPANDO, V/R, GHANA E-MAIL: PHONE:    0501335205, 0501335206, 0501335202   HISTORY The foundation stone of Kpando Technical Institute was laid by the first President of Republic of Ghana, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkromah on 23rd April 1955. The Institute was officially opened for teaching and learning on 22nd Mach 1956 with 70 male students and 8 teachers. The Institute began with 4 (four)programmes.   VISION
BRIEF HISTORY Father Dogli Memorial Vocational/Technical Institute is a Government assisted Co-Educational Institute absorbed into the public system formerly under the N.V.T.I in 2003, but currently under the Ghana Education Service. It was established in 1997 by the Roman Catholic Church in the Jasikan Diocese to educate and equip the youth with employable skills.   VISION STATEMENT The vision of the institution is to ‘’be an economically and socially sustainable institution that provides quality, relevant skills and intellectual training based on gospel values for sustainable livelihood’’.   MISSION STATEMENT