GIZ conducted a review on the actions and results of CARI. This review in Ghana was part of a four country program review taking place in Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Tanzania. The team was made up of GIZ staff and external consultants. Findings will serve as lessons for completion of the current phase and[…]
The John Agyekum Kufuor Foundation together with the Government of Ghana and some stakeholders, have launched the Ghana Zero Hunger Strategic Review project. The strategic review among other things, seeks to contribute to Government’s effort to accelerate the work towards eliminating hunger and food insecurity by 2030, whiles improving nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture. Speaking[…]
The John Agyekum Kufuor Foundation has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Millennium Promise Alliance aimed at reducing hunger in Ghana. According to the World Food Program only 1 out of 3 children suffering from malnutrition receive adequate medical attention while 24 percent of all child mortality cases in Ghana are associated with under-nutrition The[…]
Opening the camp, Baffour Agyeman-Duah, chief executive officer of the Foundation, emphasized the vision of the founder, former President Kufuor, for selfless and effective leadership to address the challenge of development in Ghana and Africa. “To become transformational leaders, you must first seek to transform yourself,” Agyeman-Duah advised. He encouraged the pioneering Kufuor Scholars to[…]
Two Kufuor Scholars, Mohammed Salman and Owusu Sarpong Adutwumwaa arrived in Tokyo, Japan on 3 August 2016 to participate in the three-week 2016 leadership summer program of the Bai Xian Asian Institute. The event was hosted at Waseda University and formed part of the Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program.
KUFUOR SCHOLARS REFLECT ON LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN JAPAN Two Kufuor Scholars, Adutwumwaa Owusu Sarpong and Salman Mohammed participated in the three-week 2016 BXAI Summer Leadership Program at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, in August 2016. Below are personal reflections of the scholars on what was certainly a unique experience, studying among 134 scholars from various universities in[…]