Move The World Trash Tag Challenge

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  Last month Move the World Ghana organised a Trash Tag challenge on Borla Beach in Accra. There was an extensive amount of trash and single use plastic bottles washed up on shore from a nearby lagoon where the rubbish was trapped. Our team and a group of volunteers tackled the plastic and left the […]

Around the World in Two Years…and counting!

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My name is Jeff. I am a Canadian global citizen who has been living his dream, travelling the world for the past 2 years. My journey started in South East Asia near the beginning of 2017. I spent the majority of the year exploring many incredible countries, meeting many local and foreign friends, and experiencing […]

Move The World in the News

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Modern Ghana Featured Move The World and the launch of the Get Global Programme. Speaking about the programme, The Country Director of Move The World in Ghana, Emmanuel Mumuni said “We want to inspire young people across the country to explore the wide variety of ways they can be involved in personal and community level […]

Emmanuel’s 2019 Vision for Move The World

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With a clear vision for Move The World Ghana, 2019 holds a lot of promise for impact and growth. The team is looking to employing Get Global as a tool to create measurable impact for various communities in Ga West.  The goal is to have a pilot in January and quickly grow enough to end […]

Move the World to pilot Get Global Programme in Ghana

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Move The World (MTW) has launched the first in-school experiential global citizenship programme in Ghana. The Get Global Programme will partner schools in various communities to deliver bespoke and creative, curriculum-linked series of workshops for children aged 9-12. The programme is free of charge to selected schools, thanks to the generosity of its supporters. The […]

Joe’s 2018 Reflections

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"Welcome back home” the team welcomes me in April 2018 from my dance tour to the States with Saakumu Dance Troupe. I was overly excited to be back home in Ghana and to meet my loving MTW family, Megan, Claire, Jacque and their three partners. We had a very productive/ fun week, planning for our [...]

Get Global!

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I can't believe two weeks has passed already! Two weeks ago Move The World Ghana and guests held a facilitator training for our new educational programme, Get Global; launching January 2019 in schools in Medie. Get Global is a 6 month experiential education programme aimed at 9-11 year olds to learn about the UN’s sustainable [...]

Power of Yoga

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Our second week in Ghana was jam packed. After spending the first week immersing ourselves in the culture and planning our workshops it was time to make all of that preparation come to life. We spent a long time planning this trip and these workshops but what I didn’t realise was just how profound the [...]

Just A Week?!

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I have just spent a week in Ghana – What? Only a week?? It feels like 2 months already. It’s been creative, generous and so insightful! What I loved the most this week is to learn the Kpalogo dance – a traditional dance that has 12 sections with fun names as plugging the mango, ipod [...]

Emmanuel represents Move The World in Senegal

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Our Ghana Director, Emmanuel Mumuni, represented Move The World at the Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2018 in Dakar, Senegal. He was invited to speak on a panel of experts about innovation in Education in Ghana. Read below to hear more about his experience. Day 1: We had an opening address by The Prime Minister [...]