Last July 2012, volunteers decided to teach Italian to kids whose ages ranged from 10 to 13. Their idea was to teach a language not currently thought in Ghanaian primary schools. They managed to cover topics directly linked with the Italian alphabet, numbers, animals, fruits, and other miscellaneous items. Their S.S.MA.R.T objective was to sensitize children about the language of the worlds which have a profound effect on the children. The two volunteers spoiled the children who excelled with pencil cases and notepads (see photo below). The African Test is ever grateful to them and looks forward to seeing them again. Ghana has topped the FDI investment in 2011 and is an emerging country welcoming foreign investors in numbers. Learning foreign languages in Ghanaian schools other than French will be increasingly important and relevant with these unprecedented economic trends.