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Annual cross-cultural exchange program brings Benin to Ghana August 18 – 22

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Adjarra Cultural Visit to Ghana

The Adjarra Cultural Visit to Ghana from the 18th-22nd August 2022 is a sub-regional cultural exchange initiative between the people of Ghana and the Municipality of Adjarra, Oueme Department, Republic of Benin.

Activities planned include:
18th August- Welcome Ceremony @ Ketu South
19th August- Durbar of Traditional Priests and Priestesses @Tigare Shrine, Mampong Akuapem.
20th August- Sowutuom Homowo Festival
21sr August- Chale Wote Festival
22nd-23rd – (Strictly by Appointment)
24th- Return to Benin.

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The week long event is the maiden edition of an annual cross-cultural exchange program under the theme:’Fostering Sub-Regional Co-operation through Arts and Culture ‘ at selected events in Accra and the Akuapim mountains.

The Aquarian Rising, Accra dot Alt, Mpese Royal Family, Miraculous Transitions and Drum and Gong are the organisations spearheading this sub-regional cultural revolution beginning with the Republic of Benin.

The week long event provides different platforms for both countries to exchange their unique cultures, identify commonalities and utilise their cultures as low hanging fruits for nation building.

For the first time in the history of Ghana, EGUNGUN (Ancestral Masquerade Performers) and Zangbetor (raffia mounds that move on their own without being occupied)
will be making a historic visit to Ghana.

For more information contact :

Arts and Cultural Ambassador of Adjarra, Republic of Benin
Tel: +233240949958
email: puduonana77@gmail.com

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Unilever’s Lifebuoy, the world’s number one hygiene soap brand, has launched a creative competition that will see two (2) Chief Education Officers aged between 6-12years appointed to raise awareness on the importance of handwashing among school children.

Leveraging the power of peer-to-peer learning, the ‘CEOs’ will be selected from public and private schools in Ghana to help create impact by teaching other children about handwashing and personal hygiene in a series of fun and exciting activities.

The campaign dubbed ‘Lifebuoy H for handwashing CEOs’ is part of Lifebuoy’s activities to mark Global Handwashing Day which occurs every year on the 15th of October.

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In 2020, Lifebuoy launched the H for Handwashing campaign to transform the letter H into a symbol for handwashing and to integrate hygiene awareness into the school curriculum. In 2021, Lifebuoy launched its first ever children’s book- an “H for Handwashing” alphabet book – in which children can explore the Alphabet with Azzy the horse. The book is intended to support school curricula all over the world, whenever and wherever children are taught the ABCs.

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Lifebuoy is encouraging Children from public and private schools in Ghana between the ages of 6-12years to take up this unique and exciting challenge.

Parents, Guardians and Teachers are also urged to encourage their children and pupils to participate in the competition by following these guidelines:

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  • All entries must include the #GHD2022 #LifebuoyCEOgh #LifebuoyGHD22 #HforHandwashing hashtag and be submitted on Facebook and Instagram only via the brand’s pages @LifebuoyGhana.
  • Entries are open until the 10th of October, 2022.

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All customers with voice and data SIM in phones and devices are mandated to register with the Ghana card before the deadline. All SIM cards that are not fully registered at the end of 30th September 2022 will be disconnected from using all services on the network.

Customers who are yet to register should start the process by dialing *404# or use the registration web portal https://simregistrationportal.mtn.com.gh to link their SIM to the Ghana card. Customers who have linked their SIM cards to the Ghana card can complete their registration by either visiting the nearest service centre/agent for the biometric capture or download the SIM Registration Self Service app on google play to complete the registration.

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