Ghana Program

We have sent two teams to Ghana …

Participants were offered a chance to encounter and explore:

    1. how poverty and economic gaps are manifested in society;
    2. the historical and structural roots of poverty;
    3. the economic impact of poverty on the social and physical environment;
    4. local explanations and solutions to poverty;
    5. the poor and the elite in education;
    6. various forms of education and leadership training;
    7. the impact of education on identity.;
    8. education as a catalyst and sustainable empowerment tool for community building.

“I felt the wounded dignity as I walked through the (slave) dungeons.
I pray that we can learn from this history and move forward
with a greater respect for all humanity.”

– Jackal Yeung, 2012 participant

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