Tag Archives: Patrick Mang

Leap into Life 2012

In preparation of the pilot group for Leap into Life Ghana I have adjusted the Leap into Life presentation to the current state of the project. The Leap into Life pilot group takes place in Accra, Ghana from December 10-21 … Continue reading

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Leap into Life – honoring its origins and the people involved

Leap into Life has its origins in Macha, rural Zambia. I’d like to honor this with a brief introduction before going deeper into Leap into Life Ghana. This post shares about the history of Leap into Life moving from Zambia … Continue reading

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Connecting with Ghana (3) – PAMEPI launch “School for All” project

My latest post on community development and capacity building in Africa Connecting with Ghana (3) – PAMEPI launch “School for All” project.

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Connecting with Ghana (3) – PAMEPI launch “School for All” project

Mr. Fuseini Yakubu, founder of PAMEPI, invited me to visit to Ghana and to attend at the launch of the “School for All” project. School for All is an “educational outreach project that seeks to address the challenges confronting African … Continue reading

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Connecting with Ghana (2) – Visiting PAMEPI projects and connecting with JCI

Looking for alternative ways to support community development, capacity building or business development in Africa? This post might be of interest to you. Connecting with Ghana (2) – Visiting PAMEPI projects and connecting with JCI.

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Connecting with Ghana (2) – Visiting PAMEPI projects and connecting with JCI

My former colleague at RnR Group, Bertolt Daems, has been elected as 2012 worldwide President of the Junior Chamber International (JCI). This organization represents 200.000 people, aged 18-40, in 5.000 communities and over 100 countries in the world. The mission … Continue reading

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Connecting with Ghana (1) – Concern Health Education Project Ghana

In my previous writing I described how my conversations with Mr. Fuseini Yakubu led to the decision to visit Ghana. In the following writings I share about my connection with Ghana. This post is about Concern Health Education Project Ghana. … Continue reading

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