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September 28, 2016

What I learned From The Ahaspora Mentoring Leadership Event – Celeste Gregory

As told by Celeste Gregory, a mentee of the Ahaspora mentoring program. On Saturday August 20, a large group of senior high school students traveled to the Legacy Beach in Prampram to learn and implement the best ways of a great leader. During the first workshop, the instructor warmed everyone […]
September 15, 2016

Ahaspora Young Professionals turns 5 – Come BALL with Us

Released by: Ahaspora Young Professionals, Ghana Location: Accra, Ghana   Immediate release: Accra – Wednesday 7th September 2016 Ahaspora Young Professionals (AYP) in Ghana, a group of young, Ghanaian professionals who have lived or been educated outside Ghana and returned home are celebrating 5 years of impact, growth and success. […]
August 26, 2016

Ahaspora Mentor Spotlight – Naa Bruce-Konuah

What inspired you to give back through the Ahaspora mentoring program?  I have a passion to see the younger generation do better than the generation before them. Somehow, when we look around though, you find less and less young people pushing themselves to do more for themselves, their community or their nation. […]
August 19, 2016

United States Embassy, Accra and Ahaspora Young Professionals Partner on Mentoring Initiative in Ghana

FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE Ghana, U.S., UK United States Embassy in Ghana and Ahaspora Young Professionals Partner on Mentoring Initiative in Ghana 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 our Future” initiative. […]
August 2, 2016

About That Rwanda Thing – Guest blog by Kobina Aidoo

The oohs and aaahs you hear around you in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, is the sound of visitors from other African countries seeing the light… …Such as a straightforward visa-on-arrival, immigration officers who don’t ask for gifts, taxis drivers who give receipts, motor taxis riders who wear uniforms and stop at […]