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Cornell students plan service project in Ghana to build relationships, promote equality

By: Juliette Ovadia,  The Cornell Daily Sun
March 7, 2017

Five Cornell students will be spending the summer in Tanoso, Ghana through a service-learning program with the nonprofit Voices of African Mothers in the hopes of establishing a “long-lasting legacy of empowerment, education and equality in Ghana and beyond,” according to Blake Brown ’17, program facilitator and former participant.

This four-year Cornell partnership with Voices of African Mothers will allow students to engage firsthand with an organization that emphasizes the transformative power of women and children’s education in African nations, Brown explained.

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