[gva_call_to_action button_align=”button-bottom” style_text=”text-dark” link=”https://ada-gh.com/donate/” text_link=”Donate Now”]We prioritise human investment and equipping youngsters with knowledge that could aid them to solve African challenges themselves. It is our passion to share ideas on African History, African Societies, Global Learning, Science, Local Languages, Politics, Culture Etc. with Ghanaians and people of African origin. It’s both a short and a long term approach to empower African youths in the struggle for real independence.

Young and motivated tertiary students are trained to offer workshops in schools and organizations. Workshops are very practical, active, encourage reflection, and aim to change perspectives. Colonialism has left certain unconscious negative norms and practices. By actively engaging in discussions with teenagers and kids, they will be more conscious of their actions and the effective role they play (or can play) in their societies. Alert also reaches out to the public through videos, songs, prints, arts and more. We share our ideas on social media and youtube.

In Wiesbaden, we aim to promote the empowerment of Africans and Afro-Diasporic people by offering educational programs and network meetings. Through our monthly hangouts, we aim to share history, culture, and experiences.


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  • Participants realize and appreciate differences and diversity in their group.
  • Participants question “normality”/ learn that there is no “single truth”.
  • Participants learn to respect differences and how to discuss respectfully.


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  • Participants realize the need to patronize local goods and services.
  • Participants question why so many foreign goods are in the system.
  • Participants brainstorm ways to enhance local goods and services.


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  • Participants get to know the governing system before Arabian and European invasion.
  • Participants are confronted with the causes and realities of colonialism.
  • Participants realize the effects of colonialism in modern Ghana, and the on-going new identity.


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  • Participants get to know some African artefacts confiscated in museums around the world.
  • Participants analyze colonial damage in Ghana.
  • Participants analyze ways to make reparation and restitution possible


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  • Participants confront Ghanaian stereotypes.
  • Participants get to know different aspects of Ghanaian culture.
  • Participants relate Ghanaian culture to their everyday life.


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  • Participants identify and make alternatives to one-way use plastics.
  • Participants are guided to make something new with other waste materials.
  • Participants coin a system to manage the use of plastics, metals, glass, etc.  in their society.




A compilation of songs that Ghanaian youngsters can relate to. Have fun!


ADA supports the notion of using local languages as the medium of instruction in Ghanaian schools. This online series aims to enhance understanding of some basic Science.


ADA has identified a couple of topics that we find necessary and urgent to discuss. We hope to use this media to throw more light on these themes. Kindly pass them on when you find them helpful. Yɛdaase!