Please join our efforts to Rebuild Africa in Ghana.

We are raising funds to

1) improve the health delivery system in Nkonya Ghana by elevating a clinic to a Hospital.

Letter of Appreciation

2) send 16 Ghanaians to study and train for 6 months at the Songhai Center in Benin.

Thanks again for your interest in travel to and support of Africa. I have been traveling to and working on various projects in Ghana for the past 30+ years. My
primary area of engagement has been in the Agogo Traditional area
assisting the Agogohene, Nana Akuoko Sarpong with various development

I have coordinated efforts to assist with the raising of money for
different projects including the following initiatives: we raise funds
for 200,000 seedlings to assist with reforestation, we have and
currently sponsored children from Agogo with primary, secondary, and
post secondary education, we donated over $350,000 worth of
educational and medical equipment and supplies to hospitals in Kumasi
and Agogo and we are currently in a campaign to build a community
Library complex to serve Agogo and surrounding areas.  We have also
made donations of computer equipment and other support to the Bawku
Traditional Area in the north and to Assin Manso in the Cape Coast

In 2000 I took  a group to Ghana to celebrate the 100-year
anniversary of the Yaa Asantewaa War. During that trip we also visited
the Songhai Center in Benin. It was at Songhai I saw solutions to many
of the problems confronting people in Ghana, Africa in general, and
around the world.  Excited about the Songhai program, I decided to
share this experience with Nana Sarpong and the following year I
returned to Ghana and accompanied Nana to Benin where we meet with the
founder and Director of Songhai, Father Godfrey Nzamujo about bringing
Songhai to Ghana. In 2004 we produced a 25 min documentary on Songhai
to use for promotional purposes to spread the word to the world
( play?docid=-857581574750209603 7#). Through that effort Songhai was adopted as a model by the United Nations to achieve their millennium goals, even though they goals were not achieved.

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In 2006, I did a DNA test, which disclosed my paternal ancestry hails
from Ghana with the people of Nkonya in the Volta region and in 2007 I
made my first visit to Nkonya. Since that time I have among other
things established a training facility and supported students learning
how to weave and sew.  I have sponsored delegations from Nkonya and
Bawku to travel to Songhai and they as well as Agogo are interested
and have committed resources to establish Songhai in their areas.

Last year I established a foundation in Ghana through which to channel
these and related initiatives.

Over the years I’ve taken numerous groups to Ghana and Benin (both student and adult). I use two travel agents on local and on in Ghana. The local agent is Smart Travel  (ask for Emelia or Henry  The Agent in Ghana is Galaxy Tours the owner of which is Mr Kwaku Passah,snr : .
Typically payments are around $3,500 which includes air travel, ground travel, two meals per day, accommodations, guide services and admission to events.