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…
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