Right To Dream (RTD) academy on Friday unveiled its re-designed and more upgraded website which represents a more improved functionality.
The new website Righttodream.com features an improved video based content that offers in-depth relevant information to visitors.
The redesigned website is expected to offer help and outline the progress and achievements of the academy over the past years.
Right to Dream Academy Ghana was founded in 2000 by British social entrepreneur, Tom Vernon.
He recognized how sport, when combined with education, had the power to inspire, and provide children from extreme poverty with the opportunity to build a better life for themselves and their families.
At a media roundtable launch led Mr. James Meller, RTD’s Director of Partnerships, he said Right To Dream had always wanted to spread the progress and the good news of its work and activities to the world and by doing so have upgraded the website and enhanced its content.
“It is now a video based website that will help visitors get a better understanding of what we have been able to achieve over the years.”
Righttodream.com, which was developed with the help of Tullow Oil Plc, is also accessible through a wider range of web browsers and designed to meet relevant accessibility standards.
On his part, Chief Executive of Tullow, Mr Charles Darku, said his outfit was delighted at RTD’s effort at helping children across the sub-region to discover their potentials.
He said Tullow Oil would continue to partner RTD with the dream of unearthing and developing sporting talents and offering them the best of education.
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