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Samantha Boateng Of William & Mary Builds Library In Ghana

Samantha Boateng

William & Mary freshman Samantha Boateng has been named as one of the “22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women” by online publication Her Campus. Boateng was chosen out of 1,000 applicants for her work with Read 2 Lead this past summer in Ghana. Read 2 Lead is an organization Boateng created to promote a love of reading by providing …

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US Embassy Ghana And Ahaspora Partner On Mentoring Initiative

Ahaspora

Since its inception in 2013, Ahaspora Young Professionals, Ghana (Ahaspora) has been mentoring senior high school students throughout the nation through the “Changing Mindsets, Channeling ourFuture”initiative. To date, over 300 students have participated in a day-long mentoring event which has exposed them to career counseling, professional development and civic engagement activities. Some notable guests have included Patrick Awuah, Founder of …

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US based Angelic Love Home Care sets eye on Ghana

Angelic Love Home Care

Olivia A. Semaha Co-Founder of Angelic Love Home Care (ALHC), a family-run and independently owned Non-Medical Home Care agency in Framingham, Massachusetts, in the USA says her institution which has been providing basic assistive comprehensive services to patients in American homes is now seeking to branch out into her native country of Ghana. In a conversation with TheAfricanDream.net Olivia said …

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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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Mayor Of Accra Adopts Beach Soccer

Accra

Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije, the Chief Executive Officer of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has delivered on his promise to support Beach Soccer Ghana with an amount of Ghc 51,000 towards the ‘One Ghana Unity Cup’ and future beach Soccer development in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The Mayor of Accra pledged support for Beach Soccer Ghana when he first …

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LaBré Fashion Collection Contributes To Ghana Economy

Breanna Moore, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) in Philadelphia USA launched the LaBré fashion line to increase economic growth in Ghana through job creation with Ghanaian inspired fabrics. LaBré employs local artisans in Ghana who hand make all of their apparels. Breanna studied twice in Ghana as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, while in Ghana …

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Dentaa opens up about MBE Status and her African Dream

Dentaa Amoateng is a Ghanaian TV personality based in the United Kingdom (UK) who was in June 2016 awarded Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth of England. The MBE accolade was bestowed on Dentaa for her contribution to improving UK and African relations in the UK, through her work as CEO of her …

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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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Koby Maxwell launches album and celebrates African women

Koby Maxwell officially launched his latest studio album which is titled ‘The Album’ on the night of March 12, 2016, at the Friendship Center in Maryland USA. He was also joined by friends from the entertainment industry to celebrate the 59th independence of his nation Ghana while honoring women of African descent in the American Diaspora. The well-attended event offered …

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Daniel Dotse launching Teach For Ghana

As a biomedical engineering graduate student at Cornell University, Daniel Dotse had a vision — he wanted to build an African pharmaceutical company run by African scientists that could rival giant multinationals like Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer. But the young Ghanaian soon realized there was one big obstacle in the way of achieving his goal: The quality of education in …

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