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American Volunteer to be Named “Sub-Chief” of West African Village

April 13th, 2015, AgriCorps

April 11, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  American Volunteer to be Named “Sub-Chief” of West African Village  ACCRA, GHANA – On June 5, 2015, the community of Adarkwa, Ghana, will hold a traditional ceremony to honor John Romo as Nkosuohene, a sub-chief title part of the customary Akan chieftaincy. The Nkosuohene is the leader for progress and […]

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AgriCorps Spring Update

April 9th, 2015, AgriCorps

Dear supporter, AgriCorps continues to refine its mission of connecting American agriculture volunteers to the demand for school-based, agricultural education in the developing world.  With our seven corps members in Ghana, we have learned that this mission produces three outcomes.  First, we develop globally minded American agriculture professionals with experience living abroad.  Through the AgriCorps Training […]

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The Harmony 4-H Club of Adarkwa

January 21st, 2015, Audrey Denney

The quaint and welcoming community of Adarkwa is located east of Suhum in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The thirty-minute excursion to reach Adarkwa from Suhum will take you down a red dirt road that paints the roadside vegetation a rusty clay color, but the flora beyond is green for miles. Nestled amongst the rural […]

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