Alfred Adjabeng wins African Youth SDGs Achiever of the Year Award

The African Youth SDGs Summit is the largest gathering platform for youth from across the African continent and beyond to discuss and assess the status of implementation of continental commitments to the Global Goals but also sharing ideas, critiques, results and challenge national governments to deliver on their promise. It is a summit that brings… Read More

22 things to think about before FAO Regional Conference on Youth Employment in Agriculture.

  From 20 -21 August 2018, 100s of policymakers, development partners, youth leaders, private sector players, women and youth organizations, civil society organizations, research and academia will gather in Kigali, Rwanda, for what seems to be FAO’s biggest regional conference on Youth Employment in Agriculture as a Solid Solution to Ending Hunger and Poverty in… Read More

Alfred Adjabeng Among 40 Young African Innovators to Attend Africa4Tech Conference in Morocco

Marrakesh Morocco will host 40 young Africa innovators for the Africa 4 Tech conference from the 2nd of November to the 4th of November. Africa 4 Tech Conference is a network of innovators and 72hs open innovation bootcamp to source, design and code innovative solutions for and from Africa. Alfred Godwin Adjabeng is one of… Read More

Achieving #ZeroHunger in Schools: The School Farms Program’s Approach.

The Author: Alfred Godwin Adjabeng, School Farms School Farms  is a rural community-based school feeding support program that empowers local community schools to grow their own food whilst creating a space to help students gain practical skills, explore opportunities in Agriculture, reduce the feeding budget of the schools we work with and increase the nutritional… Read More

How to Fight Hunger in Ghanaian Schools

I’m very optimistic about the prospects of funding school meals through harnessing local resources. It requires truthfulness, community cohesion and innovation. Communities hold the power to solve their greatest challenges. -Alfred Adjabeng Over the last three years, since 2013, I have developed special interest in school feeding and I have spent these years in engaging… Read More

“Why so many Investments, but little Impact” –Lessons from Northern Regions of Ghana

 Young People shared their views There has been growing concerns about the dilapidated state of the three Northern regions of Ghana despite the “pour” of many grants, financial assistance and technical know-how to mitigate the socio-economic challenges experienced in these regions. The three Northern regions of Ghana are Upper East, Upper West and Northern Region.… Read More

#“Charcoal Project” made Impact in my School.

“Simple ideas solve complex problems in #social entrepreneurship” Back in Bishop Herman College (2009), we had a urinal that was located between the Science Block and a Staff Bungalow. As the General Infirmarian back then, I was always been queried by our teachers who came to teach and by my very good friend, Mr. Jesse,… Read More