Congratulations Humanist Action Ghana vocational training graduates!

Our Humanist Action Ghana program (soon to become a Ghanaian NGO) just presented certificates to graduates in its vocational training program! This anti-poverty program trains young people near the town of Cape Coast the trade of sewing and gives them resources to start their own business. 10 trainees have trained under 4 professional tailors for…

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Humanist Action Ghana is becoming an NGO!

On FBB’s latest Fireside Chat—we announced big moves forward for our Humanist Action Ghana program. Later this year, HA Ghana will become an independent nongovernmental organization (NGO)… led and staffed entirely by Ghanaians in the country’s Northern Region! Participants discussed these changes as well as the challenges facing camps for alleged witches, our vocational training…

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400 Years- An Invitation to Mourn, Celebrate, and Imagine

In this blog, former HA: Ghana Ghana volunteer Christian Hayden shares his thoughts on the Year of Return. The “Year of Return, Ghana 2019” is a major campaign inviting the worldwide African Diaspora to return to Ghana.  The year chosen commemorates 400 years since the first enslaved African arrived in Jamestown, Virginia. A few historians…

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Humanist Action: Ghana in Ghana: Volunteer Chronicles (part 3)

This article is part of a series written by FBB volunteers detailing their experiences in the Humanist Action: Ghana. The opinions expressed in this article may not necessarily express those of Foundation Beyond Belief as a whole, its staff, or donors. Elroy Leday is a Humanist Action: Ghana volunteer who has traveled to Ghana for the…

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Humanist Action: Ghana in Ghana: Volunteer Chronicles (part 2)

This article is part of a series written by FBB volunteers detailing their experiences in the Humanist Action: Ghana. The opinions expressed in this article may not necessarily express those of Foundation Beyond Belief as a whole, its staff, or donors.  August 2019.  On June 27th, I left Salt Lake City with three suitcases and a…

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Humanist Action: Ghana in Ghana: Volunteer Chronicles (part 1)

This article is part of a series written by FBB volunteers detailing their experiences in the Humanist Action: Ghana. The opinions expressed in this article may not necessarily express those of Foundation Beyond Belief as a whole, its staff, or donors.  August 2019.  How do I sum up my last three weeks? Well, for starters, I…

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