January 20, 2019

Ahaspora Collaborates with US-Ghana Alumni to Celebrate Nancy Keteku

After over 28 years of promoting higher education in Ghana across 25 other countries in West and Central Africa, the United States’ Regional Educational Advising Coordinator, Nancy Keteku, retired in 2018. Having made an impact in the lives of several Ahasporans, it was only ideal that we honour her for […]
January 20, 2019

TAP Episode 3: The Right Mindset to Move Back to Ghana

Every country and its people have their own peculiar ways. As much as there is excitement and positivity in moving back home, many returnees have confirmed that with the excitement, there was equally frustration and even fear as they navigated building a life in their motherland.Whether you have never lived […]
December 16, 2018

10 Must-Have Ghanaian Gifts for Christmas & New Year

Paapa Santa Clause is coming to town and we’re sharing a selection of wonderful returnee-owned holiday gift suggestions – from us, by us. Many of us moved back and have fallen into a business we hardly intended, but love. Let’s support each other and patronize from the below “made-in-Ghana” gifts […]
December 11, 2018

Ahaspora Mentor Spotlight on Franklin Hiagbe

Franklin jumps at any opportunity to give back so he spends his days volunteering with a number of NGOs like the Ahaspora Mentoring Program; The Rheumatology Initiative that is creating awareness about Autoimmune conditions in Ghana and Africa; The Great Thinkers Club that serves the needs of less privileged communities […]
November 26, 2018

Ahaspora Mentor Spotlight on Anita Wiafe-Asinor

Anita Wiafe-Asinor is a wife, and a mother of two girls. She runs her own HR and Management Consultancy (OML Africa) where she is one of the lead HR, Labor and Organisational Development Consultants as well as the MD. She is a rising serial entrepreneur in addition to the consultancy, […]