President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on 21st of February 2017 presented his first State of the Nation Address as President. Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana mandates the President of the Republic of Ghana to present the State of Nation Address. The sixteen (16)-page speech was delivered in less than an hour. … More Highlights of President Akufo-Addo’s State of Nation Address in Agriculture
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My brother Alfred Godwin Adjabeng, Happy birthday to you. Do you want to know why I can’t imagine ever having a resting point in celebrating you or using you as a good example whenever I get the opportunity? This story should help both of us out. So you see, I had…
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 … More Alfred Adjabeng Among 40 Young African Innovators to Attend Africa4Tech Conference in Morocco
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Dennis Penu (MSc Governance & Development) On 12 September 2016, I had the privilege of presenting a graduation speech on behalf of the 2015-2016 class of graduating advanced master students from the Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp, Belgium. I share with you what I said to the…
Dear friend, I am Alfred Godwin Adjabeng, Youth Policy Researcher with Voices of Youth GH. We are developing a ‘People’s National Youth Policy’ for Ghana, a framework for youth development in Ghana. The People’s National Youth Policy is a document which will contain the views, aspirations, issues and perspectives of the Ghanaian Youth and will form the … More People’s National Youth Policy Twitter Chat on Youth & Conflict Prevention
The People’s National Youth Policy is a document which will contain the views, aspirations, issues and perspectives of the Ghanaian Youth and will form the basis for youth advocacy in the 2016 elections and beyond.
The Author: Alfred Godwin Adjabeng, School Farms Program School Farms Program 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 … More Achieving #ZeroHunger in Schools: The School Farms Program’s Approach.
I am writing this letter to appreciate, encourage and instruct you in the way to go. I have spent quite some time mentoring you. I am so honored to be your mentor. This journey of mentoring you has been such a life changing process. “Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift … More A letter to my mentee, Linda
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 … More How to Fight Hunger in Ghanaian Schools
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These boys were not trying to be as respectful as they should be. After all, they thought, we were just a year ahead of them in school. So, why give us the needed respect. In any case, we were almost like no seniors at all because some others were still ahead…