- Visit to SRF Microcredit
Emmanuel Yamoah (National Projects Manager) and Harry Jung (intern, Bowdoin University) from Patriots Ghana went visited SRF Microcredit for a brief meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss with Justice Arthur (Head of Marketing and programs manager of GAFI) how the institution goes about giving out loans, who are their clients and under …. Read more
- Would you believe me if I told you this was the main source of drinking water for the people of Akufful Krodua?
Would you believe me if I told you this was the main source of drinking water for the people of Akuful Krodua? There are two separate mud paths that lead to the watering hole. From a distance the tranquilizing sound of the spring announces its presence beyond the lush greenery that creates a cool atmosphere. …. Read more
- Akwaaba Trissanne !!!
Trissanne Keen, a previous intern of Patriots Ghana has been offered an internship position on the microfinance project. Trissanne is a Florida State University student, a recipient of the 2018 David L. Boren Scholarship Award and through the program, She is currently studying at the University of Ghana (UG). This Award provides students with the …. Read more
- SEEDSCIENCE PROJECT
The SeedScience project is developed as an innovative intervention for improving science education in Ghana. Our goal is to put the skills of professional science educators in service of local science teachers in developing countries. The short-term goal consists of showing them a different method of teaching with the aim of engaging 10-18 years old …. Read more
- International Women’s Day- Celebrating Our Women Entrepreneurs.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. International Women’s Day (IWD) has occurred for well over a century, with the first March 8 IWD gathering supported by over a million people …. Read more
- Interns Present Research at Harvard University – “Implications of Family Planning on Child Labor: A Ghanaian Case Study”
Summer 2017 brought two amazing interns Leah Singleton and Taegan Dennis both of whom are undergraduate students at the Florida State University (FSU). They served as project coordinators for Patriots Ghana’s Child labor and trafficking prevention project in three fishing communities in the Central region of Ghana (Senya, Fetteh, and Nyanyano). As part of their …. Read more
- Patriots Youth Leadership Seminar
In line with celebrating Founders Day and the National Volunteers Day, Patriots Ghana organized the Patriots Youth Leadership Seminar, the first of its kind. The theme of the seminar was, Empowering the Next Generation of Patriotic Leaders. The event held at the Cheerful Hearts Foundation Youth Development Centre (FieldHouse) was participated by One hundred and …. Read more
- Women Entrepreneurial and Leadership Development (WELD) program.
Are you interested in investing in women empowerment with $15 or more? Patriots Ghana in collaboration with Cheerful Hearts Foundation is fundraising to expand our successful girl’s skills training program to the Senya fishing community. In 2014, Patriots in collaboration with the Cheerful Hearts Foundation launched a pilot women empowerment project in the fishing village …. Read more
- Last Face to Face for September.
For the last Face to Face for the month,the #WeParticipate campaign was hosted at three schools in the Awutu Senya East District on Friday, 30th September. The schools were Atlantic Wesleyan College, Datus SHS and Africana SHS. Similar to the other campaigns, the Campaign Ambassadors educated the students on the importance of voting and also …. Read more
- We Participate campaign at Pank SHS and Andam SHS.
Last Friday, 23rd September the second face-to-face was held at Pank SHS and Andam SHS. The staff and students were eager to hear from the Campaign Ambassadors at both schools. At Pank the introduction was done by Bright Fiatsi, to explain the purpose of the visit and introduce the project to the school. This was …. Read more