Teamvision Movement Association was founded by two friends; Christian Sablah & James Mckeown in November 2014.
They were both course mates at IPMC, an IT training centre in Accra, Ghana, as at the time of forming the group.
Teamvision Movement Association started after a short discussion on the idea of helping others through IT training,
women empowerment, reading lessons, mentoring programmes and career counseling programmes to people in deprived
communities across Ghana. The two founders later joined hands with four (4) others to initiate Teamvision's first charity project.
Growing from there, Teamvision is now a humanitarian organization, built on a growing network of volunteers and
donors. The team is registered with the Social Welfare and National
Youth Authority as a non-governmental organization. Teamvision Movement Association prides itself in providing
free Information Technology (IT) training, Reading lesson and vocational training to the youth, children and women
in rural and urban areas.
To serve individuals, families and the marginalized group in the rural communities of Ghana by mobilizing
the powers of volunteers and the generosity of donors and also provide technical assistance and training services to rural communities, develop and sustain critical infrastructure and also spread the gospel.
The vision of the team is to create a society where relevant information, knowledge and skills for development are enhanced by equal access.