Our Leadership


Executive Director

Rhoda Agilinko is a Politics and International  Relations graduate of the University of Kent, England in the United Kingdom. Since finishing her undergraduate studies in 2017, she has spent eight months working in some basic schools in the Builsa North District in the Upper East Region.

The focus of her work has been to help improve the standards of education of pupils and students in these communities which are among some of the communities that have some of the lowest literacy figures in Ghana.

Both her resolve and interest in working to reduce poverty among the youth by helping them to acquire skills through education can be traced back to her own family background and upbringing in Ghana.  She strongly believes that Ghana has the potential to lead a wind of change on the continent of Africa and she wants to be a part of that great change.

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I have grown up to appreciate how education can help to end the cycle of poverty within a family, especially in the Ghanaian socio-cultural context in which I was raised. Simply put, when life has been good to you, you must pass those blessings forward.”

Deputy Executive Director

Isaac Awaafo is a secretaryship and management studies graduate, with a career aspiration in the field of human resources.  He strongly believes that every child should have the right to attend school and to achieve their dreams. For Isaac, his motivation for working with Homeland Educational Foundation is to help address the problems that children in the Upper East region of Ghana face in education.

Publication Specialist / Founder of Agilinko Digital Solutions

Caleb Agilinko is a Computer Science graduate with excellent skills in website development and design. He has been doing freelance website and software design and development for over two years. The Homeland Ghana logo and other designs featured here on this website were created by him.

Website: http://www.agilinko-digital.com/

Media Assistant

Richard Nwenyi Musah was born and raised in Sandema in the Upper East region of Ghana. As an individual and as a human being, Richard finds it as his responsibility to help others. Each day he picks a challenge to go out and make a difference in the lives of others even if it is just with a smile. By working with charities such as Homeland Ghana, Richard hopes that one day, Ghana will be a better place for all.

 

Homeland Ghana uses images from the following photographer.

Nathaniel Osei Hyiamang – Photographer / Founder of Hyiamang Images 

Nathaniel Hyiamang is a Graduate from Ghana, Kumasi. Nathaniel is the founder of Hyiamang images and has worked at various events and programs in Ghana including concerts and graduations. 

Phone:  +233262371939

Facebook: @hyiamang.images