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DjangoGirls Kwahu 2018 at PUCG

Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. DjangoGirls Kwahu took place on the 14 and 15 of September, 2018, at the Presbyterian University College of Ghana, Abetifi, Kwahu. See the DjangoGirls Kwahu Album for all images from the event. DJANGOGIRLS KWAHU

DjangoGirls Kwahu 2018 at PUCG2019-04-24T19:57:04+00:00

TEDxOsuGh Event @ Impact Hub, Accra

TedxOsu is a community platform to impact the people of Accra and its surrounding. Osu, the heart of Accra is made up of challenging minds and variety of spirited industries of Africa. This Album contains photos from the TEDxOSUGh event which happened on the 8th of September, 2018, at Impact Hub, Osu, Accra. TedXOsu

TEDxOsuGh Event @ Impact Hub, Accra2019-04-25T14:23:30+00:00

The Kentenkren Waterfall

The Kentenkren Waterfall in Koforidua, is likely one of the waterfalls in Ghana you've yet to hear of. Happy to be the one to break the news to you! ;) Located in the small village called Kentenkren, near Osabene in Koforidua, the main waterfall stands about 10 meters tall, with many extra mini-waterfalls, as it were. I plan to revisit the waterfall sometime

The Kentenkren Waterfall2019-04-25T14:24:58+00:00

William, the visually impaired fisherman

Swimming is a challenging task on its own. Imagine swimming with no sight? William, a young gentleman we met in the Densu River flowing just near the Kentenkren Waterfall in Koforidua, does so seamlessly, effortlessly (at least from my observation). He comes fishing with friends. When I saw him, I wondered how and why one would come to catch fishes at such a

William, the visually impaired fisherman2019-04-25T14:26:15+00:00

Onana ‘Rastman’

On my way to see the Densu River in Waterworks, Koforidua, I came across the humble abode of this man, commonly known within the community as 'Onana'. He happens to be a Rasta Man, and has a pretty interesting view on Climate. He lives alone just by the river side, no kids, no wife. I engaged with him for a while, learning a

Onana ‘Rastman’2019-04-25T14:27:29+00:00
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