- The Independence Arch in Accra, Ghana, is part of the Independence Square w
As you know, more and more people are disbanding their fears and following their curiosity to finding out more about Ghana.
If you are still considering your trip to the motherland and are thinking of visiting Ghana, don't let the current global challenges stop you, just go with your flow. You will not be disappointed
The Year of Return, Ghana was founded in 2019, is an initiative of the government of Ghana intended to encourage African diasporans to come to Africa (specifically Ghana) to settle and invest in the continent. It was formally launched by President Nana Akufo-Addo in September 2018 in Washington, D.C. as a program for Africans in the diaspora to unite with Africans. The year 2019 was symbolic as it commemorated 400 years since the first enslaved Africans touched down in Jamestown, Virginia in the United States. The program also recognizes the diaspora’s achievements and sacrifices in the time since that event. The Ghana Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture have lined up a slate of activities in “celebration of the resilience of the African spirit.
The Beyond the Year of Return Initiative is ongoing, welcoming and attracting many people of African descent, mainly from the Caribbean and the USA to Ghana in the past few months in the hopes of possibly moving to the continent one day.
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