October 17, 2018

The Final Testament: 6 Facts About Wills in Ghana

Most of us stay away from the topic of death and anything related to it, though one day the inevitable will happen.One key way to make it all a less scary idea is to document how you want your passing to look like (major props to John McCain) via a will. […]
October 16, 2018

TAP Episode 2 – Why Move Back When Your Parents Wouldn’t?

First Generation American. Or Brit. Or German…Fill in the blank with your country of citizenship. You. Born overseas to Ghanaian parents or maybe your move back “returneeness” means you left Ghana for the first time after high school and are now back again, or toying with the idea of moving […]
October 16, 2018


There are approximately 200 million Africans between the ages of 15-24, which makes Africa the youngest population in the world. However, one of the main issues that stunt the opportunity for growth is the lack of job opportunities and an increasing unemployment rate. According to Ghana’s Labour Force Survey Report, […]
October 15, 2018

Ahaspora Mentor Spotlight: Andrews Lartey

  Mentor Andrews Nii Awuley Lartey spends most of his days planning, strategising and implementing student entrepreneurship programs that seek to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem. He supports students with their CVs, cover letters, and resume reviews at Lancaster University Ghana. Here he is the Business Development and Careers Associate. Andrews […]
June 21, 2018

Ahaspora Participates in 3rd HALI Indaba

Ahaspora’s Felicia Arthur, represented Ahaspora at the 3rd Annual HALI Indaba which took place at Lake Elementiata, Kenya from April 24-26, 2018. HALI – High Achieving Low Income is a network of non-profit organizations and institutions united in one mission: to support high-achieving, low-income students from across Africa in their […]