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Calling all social media influencers, bloggers, and culture writers that want to be a brand ambassador for a young and innovative Non-profit Organisation. Homeland Ghana is currently seeking persons to represent our brand in a positive light and by doing so help to increase brand awareness and sales of our products. All applications are welcome. If you are interested in the slightest, the attachment below gives you all the information you need to come to a decision. For anything else drop us an email at info@homelandghana.org

HLG Brand Ambassador Document


 

Homeland Ghana has officially launched the Library Project in the Siniensi Primary and JHS. We completely renovated the existing school library and supplied over 300 books including core class textbooks. Today they are readers, tomorrow they will be leaders. On behalf of my amazing team, we will like to appreciate everyone who made this project possible.

 

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The renovation of the school library in Siniensi is underway. Over the weekend, my amazing team and I began the “delightful” work of renovating the existing school library. We painted the library and this week, we plan on doing a lot more. We cannot wait for you all to see the finished project. In the meantime, enjoy this short clip. More to videos and pictures to come.

 


At Siniensi Primary and Junior High School, Homeland Ghana is giving 6 final year Poster #1 (2)students the chance to win amazing prizes that will help them in their next step up the academic ladder.


Homeland Ghana was granted an interview at the biggest radio station (Radio Builsa) in the Upper East region on April 30th. It was so amazing, that’s the only word that the Executive Director Rhoda Agilinko could use to explain how it went and how it felt showcasing Homeland Ghana in that way. Homeland Ghana to the world or what? The full interview will be out on homelandghana.org as soon as we get the full recording.

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Over the past week, Homeland Ghana inspected the state of the Kindergarten section of the school and came to the conclusion that this section of the school would also require the organisation’s help. Below are snippets of what Homeland Ghana witnessed.

 

 

 


Homeland Ghana is currently helping to renovate the chalkboards of the Primary and JHS in Siniensi. Thank you to all who have donated so far and we hope to continue to receive your support. Up to date, we have renovated 11 chalkboards in the entire school and are left with three more classrooms to go.