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 [...]

Annual Impact Review 2017/18

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Theme: Be a Sail Boat Not a Speed Boat Download our Annual Report 2017/18 here The past 12 months have been eventful, encouraging and at times challenging. There has been a theme of change around the world, within our organisation and in our personal lives; Jacque got married, Megan got engaged and Claire decided to […]

Country Retreat- 1st Training Hike!

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We had an incredible long weekend with some of our Kilimanjaro team and MTW community exploring Snowden and The Sandstone Trail. All seemed to be in good working order as we all arrived in Chester Friday evening and had a superb pub lunch. Still going strong as we left the house bright and early at […]

RUNNING- London Premier

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Move the World came together with Greenyard Entertainment on Tuesday 2nd of May for an exclusive London screening of ‘RUNNING’  a short film based on child marriage. Producer, De-Graft Otsiman, joined us from Ghana to present the film and speak with us on the social challenges Greenyard Entertainment addresses through their films. Our community was […]