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Happy Mother’s Day

On this Mother’s Day, Ashanti Development would like to express our

> gratitude, love and appreciation to all mothers around the globe for
> their relentless effort and countless sacrifices they put in every day
> for us. Have a wonderful Mother’s Day celebration.

The Return of Artifacts by The British And A Visit To The Ashante Development Meseum

Our friends Professor Malcolm MacLeod and Patrick Holden visited Kumasi recently. Professor MacLeod was tasked with returning artifacts, taken by the British many years ago, to Ghana and giving them to the Ashanti King. While they were there, they attended a durbah (they shook hands with the King) and visited the Ashanti Development museum at Gyetiase.

The photos are of the durbah and the Museum at Gyetiase, where Patrick seems to be making himself at home.

Vacancy For Managing Director Of Ashanti Development.

We’re looking for a new managing director who has the interest, drive, and commitment to take Ashanti Development forward for the next few years? The position would involve the following tasks, carried out with the trustees’ help: –

– Progressing the charity’s strategy;
– Staff welfare in Ghana;
– Overseeing the accounts;
– Fund-raising and grant applications;
– Communication and publicity, including Ashanti News;
– Trustee meetings;
– Coordinating and initiating activity.

This is a voluntary position, and the job holder would report to the Trustees.

For further information, please contact: [email protected] or ring Penny David 07713 743 398.

Vacancy for Two Primary/ Junior High School Teacher Trainer in the Ashanti Region.

Ashanti Development is looking for two experienced and enthusiastic primary/junior high school teacher trainers to work in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. They need to have a passion for working with and managing colleagues, and to be able to develop new ideas, building on established good practice. In cooperation with local education officers, Ashanti Development has piloted a participatory and inclusive teacher-trainer programme, and now wishes to develop it further. For further information or to apply, email [email protected].
Also if you want more information about this job, you can go through the job description below
Advert, Teacher-trainer 2024

Meeting Fulani

The photos show Ashanti Development’s Nicholas Aboagye with a group of Fulani tribesmen who he has recruited to join our farm support project. Most Fulani tribesmen we come across are nomadic herdsmen and they often come into conflict with the Ashantis if, for example, they let their cattle pollute a water source.

Nicholas has persuaded this group to learn how to grow crops instead of herding cattle. If they succeed, their relations with the Ashantis will probably become much more peaceful.

Meeting Fulani

The photos show Ashanti Development’s Nicholas Aboagye with a group of Fulani tribesmen who he has recruited to join our farm support project. Most Fulani tribesmen we come across are nomadic herdsmen and they often come into conflict with the Ashantis if, for example, they let their cattle pollute a water source.
Nicholas has persuaded this group to learn how to grow crops instead of herding cattle. If they succeed, their relations with the Ashantis will probably become much more peaceful.

Update on The New Clinic Project in Dome

Here are some photos of the new clinic we’re building in the village of Dome. Dome is directly on the main route used by migrants due to reasons such as climate change or conflicts which has made it too difficult to sustain life in their home villages. They settle in large numbers around Dome, which we hope will become a hub for development of the area.

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