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kwasi

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October 24, 2012
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About Me: 

Iam orginally from Ghana in West-Africa, living in the U S A since December 1979.
The School in my Village was established in 1946 and no girl had ever gone throgh University from the School.
I started a small program where I take two girls from the primary school to Secndary School since 1999. the first two years, I paid School fees for all the girls in the primarySchool.
Now, I have the first girl graduated from the University of Ghana-Legon last year and some Students still in the program.
You can see what the program is about at www.magicef.org
Thank so much

My Passions: 
Lifting up girls for better tomorrow through education
My Challenges: 
lacking resources
My Vision for the Future: 
To build a vocationl Institute for girls who cannot make it to University
My Areas of Expertise: 
A Chef by profession (Hotel Mangement)
My Languages: 
English, Ewe

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