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GhanaThink Foundation's Ghana Volunteer Program is 4 years old!

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We started the National Volunteer Day on September 21, 2013 and it has grown leaps and bounds, fueling the GhanaThink Foundation's Ghana Volunteer Program.
Ayekoo to its main team members, new and old - +Ela Asare+Ali Bukari+William Osilaja Boampong+Enock Seth Nyamador+Felix Nartey+Adelina Martey+krystabel vorsah+Gerald Sowah+Akosua Ofosuhene+jon Mydaz
Read our press release on our 4th anniversary below!
International Volunteer Day (IVD) on December 5 is an international observance designated by the United Nations since 1985. It offers an opportunity for volunteer organizations and individual volunteers to make visible their contributions - at local, national and international levels - to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). December 5th, 2017 marks four years since the inception of the Ghana Volunteer Program. This was created by the GhanaThink Foundation after the successful first edition of the first National Volunteer Day (NVDay) 21st September, 2013. The N…

#Ghana60YearsOn: #MightyAfrican stories, thoughts and hopes

We called it the GhanaThink Foundation because we thought (and would continue to think) about Ghana. It's been more than 12 years since GhanaThink was born. It's also been a while since I did a blog post, or even wrote a piece for this #mightyafricanblog. Today is a great day to break that duck. Ghana is 60 years old! We are celebrating, marking, reminiscing, criticizing, strategizing, thinking and doing. 


I love #Ghana so much.
It's great to mark #Ghana60YearsOn.#Morevim 4 all that we do.#GhanaAt60: Less talk, more action. More vim to that. pic.twitter.com/oy793QMr8X — Ato Ulzen-Appiah (@Abocco) March 6, 2017To be frank, I am not as excited about Ghana, mostly because of our growth pace, development we can fell in around us and in our pockets and the politics and antics I've seen that are hurting Ghana and don't seem to be abating. However, I have always been excited about Ghana. More than 10 years ago, I decided to stop bothering and focusing on the negatives, and…