education

Sometimes, Good Things Take Time

This article was written by a Teen Girls Club support staff member, Bridget Gyamfi, a National Builders Corps (NABCO) member of...

Reflections on lessons learned – stories from SHI Agripreneurs

Reflections on lessons learned – stories from SHI Agripreneurs

Entering the World as New Agripreneurs Ghana’s newest agricultural entrepreneurs – “agripreneurs” – were honored at a graduation ceremony last...

An Interview with Najaahat, a Young Woman with Big Dreams

By Victoria Yamson – Program Coordinator Najaahat is one of the pioneers of the Self-Help International Teen Girls Club program. She was...

Clean Water Improves the Health of Caracito Families

By Orlando Montiel Salas – Clean Water Program Officer Justa is a member of one of the 46 families benefiting...

Gifty Discovers Multiple Benefits in the Micro-Credit Program

By Benjamin Yeboah and Bernard Ato Brown – Micro-Credit Officers Gifty is 35 years old, and she farms rice and...

Helping Farmers to Increase Yields, Incomes, and Food Security

By Jorge Campos, Nicaragua Country Director Most farmers in the world have about 40 growing seasons, or 40 chances to...

Adriana is Turning Dreams into Reality

By Yolanda Fletes – Micro-Credit Program Officer Adriana is a 51-year-old small business owner and single mother of five from...

Diana’s Determination

By Patience Obour – Nutrition Program Officer All parents dream to see their children succeed academically or in other endeavors,...

Mercy Transforms Passion in to Profit

By Victoria Yamson – Program Coordinator Mercy was the only girl from Bedabour, a community in the Ashanti region of...

Developing and Supporting Young Agripreneurs Like Moses

By: Emmanuel Obiri Laryea Youth Unemployment Impacts Everyone Ghana has a young population, with approximately 57% of people under the...

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