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  • A list of schools in Ghana. See also: List of Senior Secondary schools in Ghana. Contents: Top · 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Abetifi Presbyterian Secondary School. Abetifi Technical Institute. — “List of schools in Ghana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Meet singles in Abetifi, Ghana Page 1 on the world's first online speed dating site. Online dating service with webcam, chat, and IM! Start dating right now!. — “Singles in Abetifi, Ghana – Page 1 – Online Speed Dating”,
  • Twi to English - Free translation and online dictionary for the Twi language of the Akan people of Ghana in West Africa The paramount chief and the royal matrilineage of the Kwahu reside at Abene, north of Abetifi on the banks of the highlands. — “twi.bb - Online Twi Dictionary - The Akan People - Kwahu”, twi.bb
  • Bildlegende im Album: Die Flickstunde in Abetifi. - Unsere Anstaltsschüler haben jeden Samstag morgens ihre Kleider am Bache selbst zu waschen. Caption in the album: Mending clothes in Abetifi. Our pupils have to do their own washing in the river every. — “Links to Archival Photos in Basel”,
  • Abetifi, Ghana Weather, Extended Forecast and Hour-by-Hour Forecast and int'l cities. 7-day Forecast for Abetifi. Daytime. Nighttime. 11/28. Sun. 85° A couple. — “Abetifi, Ghana Weather | Abetifi, Ghana Weather Forecast”,
  • Our Mission: To inspire people to grow in their life with God and to learn, live, and lead as authentic followers of Jesus Christ Find out more about our efforts to help the small village of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana and how you can get more involved in this important cause. — “The Life Christian Church | Contemporary Christian Church”,
  • List of top Colleges and Universities in Ghana by 4 2010 university web ranking. Find undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Ghana Abetifi. — “Top Colleges & Universities in Ghana | University Web Rankings”, 4
  • Abetifi Travel Guide: Real travel reviews, tips, and photos from real travelers and locals in Abetifi, Ghana at VirtualTourist. — “Abetifi Travel Guide - VirtualTourist”,
  • Books from IBP and McGraw-Hill have arrived in Presbyterian University College in Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana! The books will eventually be distributed among two universities in Ghana: the Presbyterian University College in Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana and the University of Cape Coast in Cape Coast, Ghana. — “Ghana " Changing the World One Book at a Time”,
  • Abetifi, (ER) Nov. 24, GNA - The Principal of the Abetifi College of Education, the Reverend Daniel Bosea Gyenatwi, has advised teachers to use enough teaching and learning materials at the basic level for pupils to better understand the subjects. — “Use teaching and learning aids at basic level”,
  • ABETIFI PRESBYTERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL. ABETIFI TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. ABIBIMAN SEC. TECHNICAL African College of Management And Computer Science. Aggrey Memorial Secondary. Agnes Scott. — “Club Ghana - School Message Boards”,
  • The Centre was established in 1899 and it is situated at Abetifi-Kwahu at the highest habitable point in Ghana (about 700 metres or 2080 feet above sea level). The Centre is committed to the renewal of the Church, ecumenical solidarity and programmes collaboration. — “Ramseyer Training Center”, rtc-
  • Abetifi is the district capital of the Kwahu East District Kwahu East district with its capital Abetifi forms part of the new districts and municipalities created. — “EASTERN REGION - Abetifi / Kwahu East District / GHANA”, ghana-
  • We are in the process adding the finishing touch to out next Life for Ghana Drive. The Beautiful Faces of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana © 2010 Life for Ghana | A Mission of The Life Christian Church | site created by DS Creative. — “Life for Ghana”,
  • allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience The Abetifi Constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), on Friday elected a 17-member executive to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years at its delegates' conference at Pepease. — “: Ghana: Abetifi Constituency NDC Elects 17”,
  • Think Ghana Presidential and Parlianmentary Results Elections 2004 : Abetifi. CANDIDATE. PARTY. VOTES. VOTE % STATUS. PRESIDENT: Abetifi. John Agyekum Kuffour. NPP. 18,678. 71.50 % John Atta Mills. NDC. 7,087. — “Ghana 2004 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections”,
  • Abetifi Technical Institute. Abetifi Training College. Abibiman International Junior Armed Forces Secondary Technical School Burma Camp. Asamankese Secondary School. Asankragua. — “Ghana Schools”,
  • Presbyterian University College - Discipline in Leadership It is the same concept that is behind the establishment of the Presbyterian Univesity College, hence the dicision to concentrate the university at Abetifi (Okwahu), Akropong (Akuapem) and Agogo (Asante-Akyem). — “Presbyterian University College”, presbyuniversity.edu.gh
  • We have invaluable beauty and tourist sites in our land, as the above picture shows of the Kwahu Abetifi- to -Abene valley, but nobody even recognizes and acknowledges they exist. Nobody seems to notice the resource we have in people and in assets. — “Abetifi To Zualerigu ? Too Many Hands Out | Feature Article”,

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  • Another shot of the road from Abetifi to Accra - Ghana - AOV This is just part of the road from Abetifi to Accra. This is one of the better condition sections where it is all dirt. Most of the all dirt sections are absolutely horrible. I can't imagine what they are like in the wet season... I really want to start a travel organization that flies riders over, matches them up with gear and a dual sport, and sends them off for a week of touring. Can you help make this a reality? Contact me. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Interview With Medical Experts in Abetifi-Kwahu - AOV / TLCC - May 2010 A quick interview with the medical staff at the hospital in Abetifi-Kwahu. This is a poorly equipped hospital in the main town. Their bathroom consists of a concrete gutter inside a roofless building with no running water or toilet paper (t-roll). Imagine going to a doctor's office and having to use the shed in the parking lot for a bathroom - that's better than what these folks have. Please help us to empower them and save lives... Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Laboratory in Abetifi-Kwahu Hospital - AOV / TLCC (RAW FOOTAGE) Some raw footage from within the hospital in Abetifi-Kwahu. Can you help us empower this hospital to treat people? Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Interview with Emmanuel B. - Principal of the School (Adopt One Village) Emmanuel is the principal at the primary school in the village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu. The school he serves in has no electricity, no running water, no plumbing, and barely a roof over their head. The kids don't have enough paper and pencils or pens to work and the number of textbooks and teaching materials is staggeringly bad. Can you help us to help this school? We want to give them a hand, not just a hand out. We can use anything you are willing to give, including your time if you are a professional educator, medical personnel, construction worker or even just a hard worker! Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood. (UPDATE: During our January 2013 trip, we repaired a well and they now have clean and safe drinking water for the first time in 20 years! We also trained close to a dozen men on how to maintain and repair wells so that the village has a sustainable source of water for the future.)
  • Gilbey and the Monkey - Ghana This is a monkey we ran into while walking back to our room in Abetifi-Kwahu. Gilbey saw it first and we all went down to get a closer look. when I tried to do what Gilbey does here, I got bit. Not skin breaking, but left a mark... Good times! How many other people can say they went to Africa and got bit by a monkey? Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Ghana Trip, May, 2010 - Adopt One Village / TLCC Kids playing soccer at the "field" in the village. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Medical Documentation (Possible Leprosy) - Ghana, May 2010 A quick video showing a friend checking out the medical condition of a man in a remote village outside of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana, western Africa. My guess is that he is suffering from modern day Leprosy. It most often affects the hands and feet, teeth and eyes. Please help us help them! Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Jump around, jump around, jump up, jump up and get down! Jess and a bunch of the children in a remote village outside of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Dancing Ghanese people dancing at a ceremony in the church
  • TLCC Ghana trip, May 2010 - Adopt One Village A quick look at the teaching material they had with them that day. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Erosion Problem - Schoolhouse near Abetifi-Kwahu I had been working to assist Adopt One Village for the past year or so at this point. This video was taken during my second trip to the village in 2011. We are directly partnering with this village to empower the locals to improve their standard of living and to give them opportunities to succeed through hard work. This video shows the massive erosion around the main schoolhouse the local kids go to. We have a plan to reinforce the building and hopefully fix and maintain the soil situation around the building. In July of 2011, we sent 20+ people over. Many assisted in building water diversion trenches around the building while others piled stone and soil in the worst areas to reinforce the building during the rainy seasons. In January 2012, we have a team going over to once again train the teachers and support the students. We also have a small construction team finishing up a medical center in the center of the village where locals will provide medical assistance on a regular basis. Please help us make a successful project happen in the future. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Joe L. Speaking to the Village on our Last Full Night There Joe L. from TLCC speaking to the people of the village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Interview with The Chief of the Village - Part II - (Adopt One Village) This is the Chief in the small village outside of Abetifi-Kwahu where we do most of our work. A tremendously humble man, he is charged with leading the community through incredibly tough situations. The village has many homes. *ZERO* percent have running water. *ZERO* percent have plumbing. *ZERO* percent have electricity. (UPDATE: During our January 2013 trip, we repaired a well and they now have clean and safe drinking water for the first time in 20 years! We also trained close to a dozen men on how to maintain and repair wells so that the village has a sustainable source of water for the future.) The average daily income of the people in the village is less than $2.00 USD. We are currently working on enhancing the education system in the village. We are also working on a medical center and supplies (some people there had never seen a band aid!). Erosion is a huge challenge as is upkeep of homes - which are smaller than a garden shed in some cases and in even worse shape than the vast majority of condemned buildings in our towns. Can you help us help them? We want to offer them a hand to help them out of this horrible situation. We don't just provide a hand out, but want to empower them to succeed on their own long after we are gone. This includes sponsorships for students. It includes school supplies (they lack simple things like paper and pencils, and have virtually no textbook materials). Please contact us for more information. Visit for more ...
  • The Road to Accra from Abetifi - Ghana - Adopt One Village This is just part of the road from Abetifi to Accra. This is one of the better condition sections where it is all dirt. Most of the all dirt sections are difficult to pass. I can't imagine what they are like in the wet season... I really want to start a travel organization that flies motorcycle riders over, matches them up with gear and a dual sport bike, and sends them off for a week of touring. Can you help make this a reality? Contact me. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Some Footage from the May 2010 Adopt One Village Trip Just Outside Abetifi-Kwahu Some footage from the primary school in the village. These kids have no electricity, no access to clean water, no plumbing (their bathroom is a hole in the ground) and not nearly enough seats, paper, pencils or anything else to really even attempt schooling... Yet they are hungry to learn and succeed. Can you help us give them a hand? We will not just throw supplies at them but would rather empower them to further their progress through their own successful use of tools we provide. These kids are so hungry to learn that even when classes are not in session or when teachers do not show up, they sometimes sit in the classrooms studying. Try finding that in your country! Please contact us for more information Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood. (UPDATE: January, 2013 - We have repaired a well near the village and they now have access to clean water for the first time in 20 years!)
  • TLCC Raw Footage for Adopt One Village January 2011 Trip 11 Please see or for more information!
  • Life For Ghana Videos -- January 2010 Trip to Abetifi-Kwahu TLCC trip to Abetifi-Kwahu Ghana.
  • Prayer in Village - Archive (Partial Footage) "MotoMike" in the village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • TLCC Raw Footage for Adopt One Village January 2011 Trip 9 Please see or for more information!
  • Younger Kids Playing Football (Soccer) In Ghana - Adopt One Village / TLCC Trip 2011 My son's footage of a few of the kids from the village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
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  • The Woodshop Outside of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana As you can see, even with a translator, it is difficult to get supplies quickly in Ghana while there on a mission trip. This is footage of us working out the details and negotiating costs, etc. It is usually wise to have the items waiting for the team that arrives for a project rather than trying to work out the details on the ground... It took us two days to get four shutters, two doors and a few window bars for a medical center / storage unit we are building in a remote village. The good news is that hardwood doors and the like are beautiful and inexpensive by USA standards. The language being spoken is a mix of English and Twi or Akan (sp?). Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Me playing some hand made drums in Accra, Ghana... While in Ghana on a mission trip, we visited the markets in Accra. I made a point to visit the drum makers' area and stepped in on some playing while they were giving a demonstration. I'm like a little kid in a toy store here so forgive the funny faces and pseudo-Latin roll at the end. We go to a village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu to help people with no electricity, running water or plumbing. These people live in homes and go to schools in worse condition than condemned garden sheds... Seriously... Check out some of the other videos for footage of how they live. If you can help in any way, it would be appreciated. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Another shot of the monkey in Abetifi, Ghana This is a monkey we ran into while walking back to our room in Abetifi-Kwahu. Gilbey saw it first and we all went down to get a closer look. When I tried to do what Gilbey does here, I got bit. Not skin breaking, but left a mark... Good times! How many other people can say they went to Africa and got bit by a monkey? Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Interview with The Chief of the Village (Adopt One Village) This is the Chief in the small village outside of Abetifi-Kwahu where we do most of our work. A tremendously humble man, he is charged with leading the community through incredibly tough situations. The village has many homes. *ZERO* percent have running water. *ZERO* percent have plumbing. *ZERO* percent have electricity. January, 2012 Update: There are now plans to bring electricity into the village. This is a game changer. It could potentially bring lighting and running water to the school and homes, etc. The electrical poles are in and the wiring is expected by the end of 2012. (UPDATE: During our January 2013 trip, we repaired a well and they now have clean and safe drinking water for the first time in 20 years! We also trained close to a dozen men on how to maintain and repair wells so that the village has a sustainable source of water for the future.) The average daily income of the people in the village is less than $2.00 USD. We are currently working on enhancing the education system in the village. We are also working on a medical center and supplies (some people there had never seen a band aid!). Erosion is a huge challenge as is upkeep of homes - which are smaller than a garden shed in some cases and in even worse shape than the vast majority of condemned buildings in our towns. Can you help us help them? We want to offer them a hand to help them out of this horrible situation. We don't just provide a hand out, but want to empower them to succeed on their own ...
  • Joe Dufu Took a Trip to Ghana - Jan. 2010 I took a trip to Ghana in 2010 to investigate what could be done to help a small village there that one of the members of our church is associated with. We now have made multiple trips there and plan on providing years and years of support and love to the kids and people of this small village. Of course, the photos shown are of the village and other aspects of the trip. Anyone, anywhere can help our efforts to empower the people of Abetifi-Kwahu. Please contact us through the web site for details on getting involved where you are, whether it be California, Ohio, West Orange, NJ or even in Ghana. We are currently putting together a program where your group can be actively participating throughout the year in some way and then following up on a regular basis (quarterly, yearly, every X years, etc.) in Ghana. ...Or you could help support our next medical, dental or construction effort in the village from right where you are. The web site showcasing our efforts is
  • Metalworking in Ghana for TLCC Medical Center (Adopt One Village Project)- Archive Some footage of the metal security bars being made for the TLCC Medical Center. These were purchased from a welder / fabricator just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu. One of the more interesting items in his collection of tools was an old school railroad track anvil. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Bicycle Repair Shop just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu The bicycle repair shop in the village can always use parts and tools. The environment is harsh and the availability of supplies in Ghana is almost impossible for Americans and Europeans to understand. It is really bad at times. Adopt One Village and Life For Ghana would love to receive any tools, bikes or other donations that you are willing to offer and will make sure that they are put to proper use in this village or nearby in other needy villages. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • TLCC Raw Footage for Adopt One Village January 2011 Trip 10 Please see or for more information!
  • Dual Sport Tour? A rural road SW of Abetifi near Accra and the Cape Coast - Ghana On the 29th or 30th, we took a ride from the village area to an orphanage northwest of Accra. This is the road from the orphanage back towards the village. It's roads like this that make me want to start a dual sport touring company for Ghana. I could spend a week there with guests touring on great roads like this seeing the culture and sights of Ghana. If you would like to make something like that reality, please contact me directly. If you would like to help us help the people of Ghana please visit the Adopt One Village site below. Thank you. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Interview with The Chief of the Village - Part III - (Adopt One Village) This is the Chief in the small village outside of Abetifi-Kwahu where we do most of our work. A tremendously humble man, he is charged with leading the community through incredibly tough situations. The village has many homes. *ZERO* percent have running water. *ZERO* percent have plumbing. *ZERO* percent have electricity. The average daily income of the people in the village is less than $2.00 USD. We are currently working on enhancing the education system in the village. We are also working on a medical center and supplies (some people there had never seen a band aid!). Erosion is a huge challenge as is upkeep of homes - which are smaller than a garden shed in some cases and in even worse shape than the vast majority of condemned buildings in our towns. Can you help us help them? We want to offer them a hand to help them out of this horrible situation. We don't just provide a hand out, but want to empower them to succeed on their own long after we are gone. This includes sponsorships for students. It includes school supplies (they lack simple things like paper and pencils, and have virtually no textbook materials). Please contact us for more information. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood. (UPDATE: During our January 2013 trip, we repaired a well and they now have clean and safe drinking water for the first time in 20 years! We also trained close to a dozen men on how to maintain ...
  • Life For Ghana Videos -- May 2010 Trip to Abetifi-Kwahu TLCC trip to Abetifi-Kwahu Ghana.
  • Bicycle Repair Shop and His Tool Bag A little more than a year ago, we met the man who runs the bicycle repair shop in the small village just outside of Abetifi-Kwahu, Ghana, West Africa. Many with us were amazed by the lack of tools he had. A few sent tools to us to distribute to him and he has received some of those... But his tool bag is still sub-par given the fact that the atmosphere in Ghana is brutal on bicycles and that almost everyone who needs to get anywhere in the rural areas either walks or uses a bike. The number one need is bicycle-specific tools right now as well as bearings for the crank area on the bikes. The dust totally destroys those bearings. If there is a bearing that is more common on most bikes sold in the US, please tell me what it is so I can order a hundred and send them with the next group going to visit. If you can help us out, please contact me directly or visit . The parent organization that makes all this possible is Adopt One Village. Please do all you can and feel led to do to assist them. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Medical Care Footage - Adopt One Village / Life for Ghana Some archive footage from the May, 2010 trip just outside of Abetifi Kwahu on a medical service trip. People from The Life Christian Church partnered with Adopt One village to go over and evaluate / treat a few hundred people as well as develop a medical center in the remote village. Can you help us further this cause? Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • One more shot of the road from Abetifi to Accra - Ghana This is just part of the road from Abetifi to Accra. This is one of the better condition sections where it is all dirt. Most of the all dirt sections are absolutely horrible. I can't imagine what they are like in the wet season... you can barely hear me say, "The main road to Accra" during the last part of the video. I really want to start a travel organization that flies riders over, matches them up with gear and a dual sport, and sends them off for a week of touring. Can you help make this a reality? Contact me. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Football (soccer) In Ghana... Adopt One Village style! While in the village just outside Abetifi-Kwahu, we generally organize a soccer (football) tournament for the local kids. This is footage from the 2010 Adopt One Village World Cup. :) Can you help us help them? Please contact us via the sites below. Visit for more info about Adopt One Village and how you can impact Ghana right in your neighborhood.
  • Adopt One Village - Emmanuel Anim-Sackey - Abetifi-Kwahu Adopt One Village - Emmanuel Anim-Sackey - Abetifi-Kwahu
  • TLCC Raw Footage for Adopt One Village January 2011 Trip 5 Please see or for more information!
  • TLCC Raw Footage for Adopt One Village January 2011 Trip 7 Please see or for more information!
  • .Kwahuman Europe Foundation Azonto dancing competetion. Kwahuman Europe Foundation held fund Raising in Switzerland dubbed Azonto White Christmas Party towards the purchase of Two Ambulances for Atibie Hospital and Kwahu District Health Centre in Abetifi.
  • yawagyei: @bequin Abetifi borga
  • robbyshortbob: haahahahaha RT @Sky_snowman: ...n am here doin assigment exposed to this harsh abetifi weather with no lady by ma side.me i no bore koraa
  • Sky_snowman: ...n am here doin assigment exposed to this harsh abetifi weather with no lady by ma side.me i no bore koraa
  • robbyshortbob: dey bore oooRT @datlocalboi: Abetifi
  • Marcacarr: Beautiful Abetifi http://t.co/V0lS6doiT3
  • Abm233: Great!!! @Marcacarr: In Abetifi discussing if Africa still needs aid from The West #acumenfund leadership training http://t.co/AfumsfYqlv"
  • Marcacarr: In Abetifi discussing if Africa still needs aid from The West #acumenfund leadership training http://t.co/pOxLepltO1
  • Marcacarr: Good morning Ghana. One the way to Abetifi, Ghana to conduct another leadership training course #acumenfund
  • funnyfacegh: @kateyain yea kwahu abetifi
  • Sonni_Jay: More along the lines like WHO,,RT"@Oghenenivwe: Ok abetifi, oya fly come na "@Sonni_Jay: Yes now Haba RT"@Oghenenivwe: So I will tell u?
  • Oghenenivwe: Ok abetifi, oya fly come na "@Sonni_Jay: Yes now Haba RT"@Oghenenivwe: So I will tell u? "@Sonni_Jay: "@Oghenenivwe: So fine girls do exist
  • martin_eshun: Its crusade 2013 from Thursday February 28th to March 1st 2013 at the Ramseyer park Abetifi Kwahu. Time is 6pm to 9pm every night.

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