Flossy Azu is a young Ghanaian woman currently enrolled in the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is passionate about art in education issues and is exploring ways of arts integration and inclusive education for special needs children in Ghana. Flossy loves to dance, to paint and to write. She spent the last five years living and working in Japan, traveling around Asia, and she collecting a fraction of memories that she intends to make, fulfilling her life’s desire to see the world.
The Yale Association for African Peace and Development (YAAPD), an undergraduate student organization of Yale University founded in 2012, is aimed at complementing the university’s liberal arts curriculum with education … Read More
The well written article “Africa’s youth: a ‘ticking time bomb’ or an opportunity? Leaders awakening to the need for job-creation programmes” by Kingsley Ighobor published on page 10, during May … Read More
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