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    • Sermon- 11am Sunday October 23, 2011


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      • Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama Delivers Inaugural Chinua Achebe Leadership Forum Lecture at Bard College


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        On Monday, December 9, 2013, the inaugural Chinua Achebe Leadership Forum took place at Bard College, examining “Africa’s Future: Mandela, Achebe, and Empowerment in Africa.” President John Dramani Mahama of the Republic of Ghana delivered the keynote lecture on the topic of “Women in Africa: How the Other Half Lives.” The Chinua Achebe Leadership Forum brings together international leaders and thinkers to discuss Africa’s challenges, in keeping with Professor Chinua Achebe’s life and work. (President Mahama's lecture begins at 1:06:44.)

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        • Lecture: Gyedu-Blay Ambolley (Madrid 2011)


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          • African Studies Workshop @ Harvard featuring Andrew Apter (Spring 2014)


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            On February 3, 2014, Andrew Apter presented "History in the Dungeon: Spectral Spaces and Sovereign Signs in Cape Coast Castle, Ghana." Apter is a Professor of History at UCLA. Emmanuel Akyeampong, Professor of History at Harvard University, was the discussant.

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            • Voodoo - Die Magier der Erde VOD


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              Diese Dokumentation ist die filmische Version des Bildbandes „Afrika - Die Magier der Erde“. Sie zeigt die Entwicklung des Voodoo von der Zeit der Sklaverei bis in die Gegenwart und baut auf den Erfahrungen auf, die Gert Chesi im Laufe der letzten 40 Jahre in Westafrika gesammelt.hat. Die Aufnahmen stammen aus Tempeln und Kultplätzen in Togo, Ghana und Benin. Sie stellen Priesterpersönlichkeiten, Könige und Heiler in den Mittelpunkt. Länge: 130 Minuten Sprache: Deutsch

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              • Innovations in planning and implementation to strengthen emergency referral systems


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                Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 Within this session, speakers brought about new and innovative ways to think about emergency referral systems. While having the materials and being able to call for help are two main parts of the system, there are many other moving pieces to consider. Rahman began the session by describing a study in Bangladesh where rural and urban situations are handled in different manners, depending on the advocacy and transportation needs of the client. This included transporting rural patients to health centers and accompanying urban patients to one of the many health clinics in their area. Awoonor-Williams reported on his study in Ghana which aimed at learning the reasons for referrals amongst 12 health centers and 4 hospitals and found that reasons for referrals were: lack of key staff, unavailable definitive treatment, and problems in adherence to protocol. With recognition of these challenges, staff was able to increase the quality of the referral system. Bailey's work focused on strengthening the referral systems in 6 countries. Her group found that relationship building, strengthening of communication (both verbal and written and transversely between the clinics and hospitals), and finding better and more appropriate solutions for transfers were all factors in making systems stronger. Moderator: Kate Ramsey, AMDD/Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Innovations in planning and implementation to strengthen emergency referral systems Kate Ramsey, AMDD/Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Auditing obstetric and newborn referrals in Upper East, Ghana Koku Awoonor-Williams, Ghana Health Service Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Awoonor-Williams%20253.pdf Active management of referral—Lessons from Bangladesh Mosiur Rahman, BRAC Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Rahman%201186.pdf District planning process for strengthening emergency referral services: A case study from rural Tanzania Harun Machibya, Ifakara Health Institute Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Machibya%201186.pdf --Was not present at conference-- Planning for referral Patsy Bailey, AMDD/FHI360 Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Bailey%201186.pdf mCARE – Mobile technologies to improve rural referral systems for obstetric care Shegufta Sikder, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health/USAID Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Tuesday, 15 January 2013

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                • Ghana Team - Recap (08-12-12)


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                  • Slavic Full Gospel Church evening service 031311


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                    Meet a fiery preacher from Ghana conveying a message of importance of God working through us.

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                    • Akwantu: the Journey VOD


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                      Akwantu: the Journey documents the struggle for freedom of the legendary Maroons of Jamaica, former enslaved Africans, who were able to flee the plantations and slave ships to form communities in some of the most inhospitable regions of the island. Poorly armed and outgunned, these brave warriors engaged the mighty British Empire over an 80-year period and were victorious. As a result, two peace treaties were signed between the British and the Maroons in 1738-39 that established Maroon self-government in Jamaica. No where else in the New World had Africans enjoyed such a degree of autonomy, coming almost sixty years before the Haitian Revolution, and more than one hundred years before the Emancipation Proclamation that ended slavery in the United States.

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