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Ghana Ancestry Register

There is a myth that leaders lead, and do-ers do. But in Ghanaian communities, leading by example is often the most effective way to get full buy-in for project developments. Professor Samuel K. Amoako, Consul General and Deputy Head of Ghana Embassy, USA is a do-er and a leader and wants to help us achieve success.

In a world of hyper-competition and abundance of wealth, communities that can come together and share ideas and knowledge will succeed and leave shattered communities behind.Read more.. (more…)

Ghana Communities Youth Support

Ghana Cultural Foundation serves undereducated, underemployed students and recent university graduates in the United States and Ghana. The program teaches technology programs enabling youth to upgrade their skills and gain real-world experience to market their online digital skills or sell products to businesses in Ghana and in the global marketplace.

It also enables participants to acquire the leadership and business skills they need to access job opportunities and start their own enterprises in the United States and in Ghana.Read more… (more…)

Economic Empowerment & Business Support

Ghana Cultural Foundation’s intent of economic empowerment and entrepreneurship is to provide financial services and support to Ghana’s lowest-income youth in America and Ghana who are inspired to learn technology and other skills so they can start businesses in our communities.

For some Ghanaians, entrepreneurship provides best way to be economically empowered. And the best part about being an entrepreneur is the flexibility to work and operate any business at your convenience.Click to read more (more…)

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