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December 21, 2017

Ghana’s Real Estate Pricing: Fair or Flawed?

Magnificent 3-bedroom house in the heart of West Legon boasting a spacious master bedroom and 2 other rooms with adjourning bath. You’ll rush home to make dinner in the fully fitted kitchen with windows that overlook a plush backyard garden. The living room and dining area meet in an open […]
December 21, 2017

Harvard Africa Alumni Action Forum

On August 24th and 25th,2017 African alumni of Harvard College convened in Ghana for the first ever Harvard Africa Alumni Action Forum. The forum, which had over 200 attendees, called on participants to leverage the many opportunities available on the Continent to address the challenges faced by various sectors that […]
December 21, 2017

Ahaspora Aids Mudslide Victims in Sierra Leone

Unexpected occurrences are inevitable in life… when negative they tend to be more devastating than those that are planned. Natural disasters have plagued nations, causing devastating effects – displacement of homes, destruction of properties and even loss of lives. Sierra Leone has had her lion’s share of natural disasters.A sub-Saharan […]
December 5, 2016

Sharing Expertise: Mentoring Matters (Part 3) – Identify a way to track success

This is the third and final post in a three part series on mentoring.  Identify a way to track success. Remember my discussion about having 100 students paired to mentors in the first year?  Well there was another failure – After the day-long event ended, we said good-bye to the […]
December 3, 2016

Sharing Expertise: Mentoring Matters (Part 2) – Find a focus and stick to it

This is the second post in a three part series on mentoring. A major first step is to decide early on the main focus of your mentoring. At Ahaspora, “The mentoring program was launched in December 2013, and has been conducted annually for three years. We believe that with the […]