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31st December Women's Movement
- This Movement is a broad based development oriented NGO which aspires to see women empowered politically and equipped adequately to face the challenges for the betterment of society.
Accra's Viberant Street Carnival - in retrospect
- The Millennium Bash Carnival. Programme of events, pictures, the story behind the carnival and the sponsors.
Akan Architecture Symbols
- Dr George Kojo Arthur and Prof. Robert Rowe of Marshall University examine the decorative symbols used in buildings of the Akan people of Ghana.
Asafo! The African Flags of the Fante
- An exuberant African art form developed from European military flags and banners. History, flags, flag dancers and imagery.
Catholic Diocese of Konongo-Mampong
- Detailed information about the Diocese including history, people, programmes, projects, donations and forum. Covers areas in both Ashanti and Brong-Ahafo.
Child-Time Learning Center
- Fund-raising site for a pre-school in Accra.
Foundation Free Learning And Merit Education - FLAME
- An NGO and a non-profit making organisation comprised of teachers, retired educationists and health workers who have dedicated themselves to offer free education to the students in rural schools and the underprivileged of society.
ISOC - Internet Society, Ghana Chapter
- Promoting the expansion of the Internet in Ghana including infrastructure, value-added services, content, use and technical advancement. Particular attention on reaching the rural communities in a manner and language suitable for their participation. Membership, activities, press releases and FAQ.
Integrated Social Development Centre
- NGO working for sustainable human development through the empowerment of the poor and other marginalised groups, especially women. Offices in Accra, Kumasi, Sunyani and Tamale.
- Site includes some brief information about kente and explanations of several kente patterns.
Meanings of Symbols in Adinkra Cloth
- The production and use of Adinkra are associated with the Asante people than any other group of people. Around the 19th Century, the Asante people developed their unique art of adinkra printing. Adinkra cloths were made and used exclusively by the royalty and spiritual leaders for very important sacred ceremonies and rituals.
Miss Ghana 2000
- Pictures from the beauty pageant. Profile and closing message of Miss Mariam Sugru Bugri, the 1999 winner.
Nana Kwadwo Adu II Foundation for Ghana, Inc.
- The Foundation is dedicated to increasing awareness of Ghana by Americans. Activities designed to accomplish this include travel, cultural exchange, workshops with local American youth (which also target improved learning), community development in Adumasa, Ghana and entertainment.
Navrongo and Lawra
- Ever wonder what life might be like in a small African village? Information on the history, language, culture, music, associations and projects of these two small West African villages in the remote Upper East and Upper West Regions of Ghana.
- A charity aimed at improving the basic education of children from rural Ghana. Donations in the form of used games, toys and money will be used to equip the playcenter in Tumu, Upperwest region, Ghana, Africa.
- Quilting and fiber related art, craft and textile traditions of diverse ethnic groups from contemporary, traditional and historical perspectives.
Rural Upgrade Support Organization (RUSO)
- NGO helping to improve peoples lives through health and learning. Information on programs, volunteer opportunities, travel to Ghana and rural tour.
Virtual Field Trip to Ghana
- Join CARE on an educational adventure through Ghana. Learn about CARE's valuable rural and urban projects in Ghana through journal entries, a photo album, recommended books and related links.
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