Government has established a new programme dubbed the Nation Builders Corp which will employ about 100,000 youth in the country this year.
The programme is aimed at addressing livelihood empowerment and graduate unemployment.
Individuals who partake in the programme, according to government will assist in the public sector service delivery.
According to Nana Addo, some the sectors that such individuals will be working with are health, agriculture, education and sanitation.
The Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta on Wednesday said graduates will be trained and equipped with the necessary work tools and deployed around the country.
According to him, the Nation Builders Corps will be housed under the Office of the President as a special initiative.
He mentioned that every district will provide jobs for 462 graduates.
Graduate teachers will be enrolled on a “Teach Ghana” program focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Technology and Mathematics (STEM) and other relevant subjects in primary and secondary schools across the country.
Sanitation Inspectors will be enrolled on a “Clean Ghana” program focused on enforcing sanitation laws and inspection to ensure clean communities.
Trained nurses and other healthcare workers under the “Heal Ghana” program will be employed to provide healthcare delivery to deprived and rural communities across Ghana.
Trained Agricultural extension and other allied workers under the “Feed Ghana” program will be hired to provide extensive support to farmers along the agriculture value chains.
Whereas tertiary graduates in a “Revenue Ghana” program will be employed to mobilize the youth to collect taxes that have been difficult to mobilize and enforce collection for the development of Ghana.