Thirty students drawn from 10 senior high schools in Ghana are gathering in Kwame Nkrumah University of science and technology, Ghana to learn and take action on Ghana’s waste challenges. These students were exposed to Ghana’s major Environmental challenges and were inspired to take action and come up with innovative ideas that solve the challenge … More Recycle Up Ghana Project Very Promising!
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. … More “Why so many Investments, but little Impact” –Lessons from Northern Regions of Ghana
Mr. Alfred Godwin Adjabeng, Founder and Executive Director of Reach Out to Future Leaders Movement (ROFLM) and Ms. Win Selby, Co-founder of Ghana Bamboo Bikes represented Ghana at SETAfrica Fellowship and Innovation Award. They are among 23 young social entrepreneurs who have been picked from 15 Anglophone African countries to undergo leadership training in … More Two Young Ghanaian Social Entrepreneurs Receive International Award
University of Cape Coast, Environmental Science Students Association, ENSSA as part of their Week Celebration on the 19th of March, 2014 traveled to the Elmina community for an outreach campaign. The campaign was highly patronized by residents of the Elmina Community. In attendance was the Area Traditional Head, the Assembly Representative, Members of the Local … More Environmental Science Students Association made Impact in Teteren-Elmina
The Environmental Students Association of the University of Cape Coast, last week celebrated their week cerebration which commenced on the 17th of March, 2014 to the 20th of March, 2014. The celebration began with an awareness creation to week launching, to an outreach campaign at the Elmina community and then climaxed with a seminar. The … More Young People Must Be Stewards of the Environment-Mr. Dennis Penu
21st September, 2013 marked the Founder’s day in Ghana and was a National Holiday. The Founder’s Day is for the commemoration of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s First President. National Volunteer Day was instituted by Ghana Think Foundation as an initiative to get as many people as possible in Ghana to volunteer to spend their … More Ghana made Better on National Volunteer Day
Passion for nature means so much to me than taking a bottle of beer and watching a movie at a cinema or playing golf on a Sunday morning at the National Golf Park. I am afraid that someday I would be homeless and lifeless. My brothers and sisters watch unconcern whilst the family house dies … More Why Wave Earth to her Early Grave?
EXCERPTS FROM THE PGA’S OPENING ADDRESS The President of the General Assembly, Mr. Jerry John Nutor, in his opening address, welcomed all participants to the Model United Nations Conference. He emphasised on the Millennium Development Goal 8 – Global Partnership for Development as the most critical in the overall structure of the MDGs. He said, … More LIFE-LINK GHANA TERTIARY MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ’13
“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, … More #“Charcoal Project” made Impact in my School.