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Threads By Dreads Foundation Scholarship Offer In Ghana

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A sc­holarship offer to high school scholars in Ghana has been instituted by the outreach arm of ­T­h­r­eads by Dreads known as  Thre­ads by Dreads Foundation. Christiana Afotey, o­w­­­­ner and designer of the fashion brand ­T­h­r­eads by Dreads informed TheAfricanDream.net of this development. In a conversation with TheAfricanDream.net Christiana Afotey said “each scholarship goes towards ­the winning candidate’s tuition costs for any University …

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Bishop Adonteng Institutes Divine Word Scholarship Scheme

Bishop Kofi Adonteng Boateng of the Divine Word International Ministries (DWIM) Church in Springfield, Virginia in the United States (US) has instituted a scholarship scheme for deserving students located in the Alexandria public schools systems in the state of Virginia. The scholarship award initiative is the first of its kind by the church. Bishop Adonteng who told TheAfricanDream.net that his church …

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Biochemist crowned Miss America 2020

A Virginian biochemist has been named winner of Miss America 2020 after performing a live science experiment that defied stereotypes of the contest. Camille Schrier defeated 50 women to take the crown at Thursday’s final in Uncasville, Connecticut. Camille Schrier impressed judges by performing a live science experiment in the talent show segment of the Miss America contest (Image copyright: …

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Bishop Kofi Adonteng Boateng to honor Ghana Captain Asamoah Gyan in US

Bishop Kofi Adonteng Boateng (PhD), Founder of Divine Word International Ministries (DWIM) and Divine Prayer Line has indicated that Asamoah Gyan, the illustrious former captain of the Ghana National soccer team known as the Black Stars, will be flying to the US with his manager, Mr. Sammy Anim Addo to receive the “Exceptional Achievements Thanksgiving and Appreciation Awards” this year …

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Olympian Akwasi Frimpong’s story in Oxford University Press textbook

Oxford University Press

Frimpong will appear in the Headway Upper Intermediate Student’s Book, a textbook aimed to teach English Language and Speaking, as the focus of one of the book’s exercises. Akwasi Frimpong, Ghana’s first Skeleton Olympian, is writing a new chapter in his mission to be the Hope of a Billion. “Headway always strives to provide interesting and authentic texts, using thought-provoking …

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Africa’s scientists encouraged to become the next Einstein

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South African geneticist Vinet Coetzee held up a malaria-diagnosing scanner that she said can be developed for use in Africa’s rural areas without the need for blood samples or lab tests. “This can be rapid, affordable and non-invasive,” she said. “It can reduce health inequality and bring us one step closer to a world free of malaria.” The prototype was …

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Charlottesville-Winneba Foundation to visit Ghana sister city in April 2018

Charlottesville-Winneba

Fifty-six people will travel to Charlottesville’s sister city in Ghana in April. It’s a record number, says trip organizer Dave Norris, president of the Charlottesville-Winneba Foundation based in Virginia in the United States. “We normally average about eight or 10 or 12 people,” said Norris, who has traveled to the city of Winneba in Ghana five times previously. CBS19’s Courteney …

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Entries Open for Tony Elumelu Foundation $100m Entrepreneurship Scheme

Tony Elumelu

Entrepreneurs across Africa can now start applying for the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) fourth cycle of $100 million entrepreneurship development programme, a statement released by the organisation has revealed. According to the statement released on the TEF website, applicants will have to complete the online registration at https://application.tonyelumelufoundation.org with the deadline fixed for midnight (WAT) of March 1, 2018. The …

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