Forget Me Not

In a Greek legend, God had named all the plants when a tiny one who had not gotten named exclaimed, “forget me not, O Lord.” God replied, “That shall be your name.” Flowers In the Greek legend, when the Creator thought he had finished coloring the flowers, He heard one whisper, “Forget me not.” There […]

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Silent Scream

A loud scream remains silent Everywhere in our country, a scream is heard. Much louder than the sound of ten rockets blasting into space. It silently makes its voice known everywhere, yet amazingly my beloved country seems deaf to its moans and even screams. Oh, how it saddens my heart. Like the African woman so […]

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The Pride of Your Old Age

I remember when I was a kid, my class teacher would ask us one after the other, “what do you want to be in the future?” Professions like doctor, nurse, banker, pilot would be mentioned. In recent times, several schools organize something they call “career day” where kids wear costumes signifying their dream profession. Parents […]

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BEAUTY REDEFINED; Black is Beautiful, Again

Ain’t it funny how all of a sudden, the love for melanin and the natural afro hair has grown so popular. We see our ladies now posting hashtags such as #MelaninLoaded, #MelaninGoddess to mention but a few. Where did time go? It feels like just yesterday when nobody wanted to be “black”. It was as though being black […]

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Rising Africa Interview

The Executive Director, Dzagbletey Faith Adabah Julius, was recognized by Coca-Cola Ghana, as one of the top 60 young achievers in the country. After that recognition, Rising Africa granted him an interview. Raising Africa is a group keen on making African talent and success stories known to the world. Respect and Honor for hard work […]

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End of Year Executive Meeting

The end-of-year meeting is held in November, which is the last month on the SpreadAid International calendar. The meeting gives members the chance to eat and relax after working tediously throughout the year. Purpose The sole purpose of the meeting however, is to assess progress and shortcomings alike, write a yearly progress report and then […]

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Business & Leadership Seminar

The second Business and Leadership seminar, themed DOMINATE OR STAGNATE was held on 16th October, 2016. The program began at 9:00 AM at Central Cuisine on the University of Ghana campus, Legon. Resource personnel from different walks of life were invited to give a talk on issues pertaining to students building themselves up at an early […]

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Visit to Hope Children’s Home, Haatso

As part of sharing love which is significant of the Christmas Festivity, SpreadAid International paid a visit to Hope Children’s Home in Haatso. Hope Children’s Home It is a Christian home for kids without biological parents and with disabilities, housing about 27 boys and 13 girls, which is however opened to all children at all […]

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