Ghana


Sharing My Love Of Ghana’s Traditional Culture

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I was born in the UK to parents who came here from Ghana, West Africa. I discovered the culture of Ghana and the Akan tribe when I was taken there as a child with my parents. So there I was this UK girl surrounded by a completely new world. I remember one day at school […]

Acclaimed Artist from Ghana

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Hello Sharing another inspiring story, of Serge Attukwei Clottey who has been commissioned to make a tapestry for Facebook’s HQ. Serge uses his body as an object, as well as using plastic jerry cans to create his art pieces. Please click here for an interview with Anna McNay. With thanks for the photos to the […]

Waste plastic to profit in Ghana

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Hello I hope all is well with you. Sharing an inspiring story of the Ghana businessman turning waste plastic to profit. Hit the picture to watch, courtesy of the BBC. Speak soon, Adjoa x Click here to listen to my music for free

Ghanaian Brothers Find A Novel Way to Generate Electricity

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Thumbs up to the two Ghanaian brothers, James and Kwesi Ansah, who found a novel way to generate electricity using waste cassava. Click here for the full story with thanks to the BBC. Best wishes Adjoa Click here to grab one of the remaining tickets for UK / Ghana Soul Celebration

UK/Ghana Soul Celebration Friday July 20th

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Hi there! I am so looking forward to returning for a second time to perform at the wonderful Green Note in Camden on Friday July 20th. I’ll be singing songs from my ‘Adjoa’ and ‘Adinkra’ EPs as played on stations in the UK and the USA, fusing ‘beautiful soul music’ with vibrant traditional Ghanaian percussion, […]

Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative Founder, Bernice Dapaah

Bernice Dapaah

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Hello Sharing again the inspiring work of Bernice Dapaah who founded the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative. Bernice’s work supports many in the community as well as being acknowledged worldwide for innovation. Using bamboo, a local raw material, she has trained and employed many young people in Ghana, as well as donating bikes to the community. Under […]

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