[April 7, 2017] Today is World Health Day, and the topic for this year is depression. The Girls Education Initiative of Ghana-US Inc, GEIG- US is taking advantage of this opportunity to talk a bit more about this global mental health problem. Last October, a one-year campaign was launched by the World Health Organization in … More #Depression- Let’s Talk
Each August, vacation classes are organized or conducted by the Girls Education Initiative of Ghana and the sessions have countless benefits and merits. There has been a major impact on the students’ lives academically, socially and morally. It has made us know that we can be prosperous in life is by education, which is the … More On the importance and impact of the GEIG vacation classes- Nhyirah
The Women who Inspire Us speaker and workshop series is the first activity of the Girls Education Initiative of Ghana, GEIG’s GEIG Leads leadership development and mentoring program. GEIG aims to host three events each school year. In our first regional Women who Inspires Us program, we partnered with Esreso D/A 2 junior high school … More Education and Personal Development- #womenwhoinspireus
JESSICA I am Jessica Anyidoho, I’m fourteen years and a GEIG student currently schooling at aenuel International School at kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana. My family is made up of five (5) members who comes from Akachi in the Volta Region but stays at kasoa. My favourite part of visiting Legacy Girls was … More Our visit to Legacy Girls College
Nadia Naa Ardua Allotey is a third year student of Central University College where she studies Business Administration specifically, Agribusiness Management. In addition to her academics, she sings and plays basketball. She also loves reading and motivating people. Nadia has always liked to help people in her own small way whenever she was in a … More NADIA – VOLUNTEER PROFILE
VOLUNTEER PROFILE- BLESS FIADZOE BLESS FIADZOE is a volunteer General Science tutor for the Girls Education Initiative Ghana (GEIG). He is currently a research assistant at Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research. He studied Biological Science at the University of Ghana and hopes to be a Public Health worker. When asked why he decided to volunteer … More MEET BLESS
By Jessica 2015 started badly because my mum wasn’t having money, things were tough but being part of GEIG I have now being able to pay my fees and get my books for studies. I was also able to meet more people that brought change to my life.