Regional Africa Ghana Society and Culture
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The society and culture of Ghana is about social and cultural issues pertaining to the people of Ghana.

Listing sites that concern the make up of the local community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, clubs and lodges, reunions, women, men, seniors, kids, teens, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, and personal home pages.

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Blakhud Research Centre
Documenting the indigenous African culture and civilisation. Information on the Blakhud Museum, the Lumosi Library, Lissavi Publishing, other programs, staff and funding. Online gallery of Afevo Ewe Textile Collection. Based in Klikor.
Deutsche Botschaft Accra
A Jubilee publication marking 50 years of Ghanaian-German relations.
Dream Ghana Foundation
Provides international programs in internship, exchange programs, educational travel, volunteering, language studies, African studies, research programs, and study programs.
Ethnologue - Languages of Ghana
Information about the living languages of the African country including population, region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
German NGO Goldküste
This non-governmental organization is working on projects in the Central Region. News, project, profile and photographs. [German and English]
Global List of Women's Organizations - Ghana
Provides contact information for groups of women helping others.
Imani
Non-political, non-profit, tax-exempt educational think-tank dedicated to researching economic trends to glean public-policy insights for the benefit of government, business and civil society in Ghana.
Navrongo and Lawra
Ever wonder what life might be like in a small African village? Information on the history, language, culture, music, associations and projects of these two small West African villages in the remote Upper East and Upper West Regions of Ghana.
Wikipedia - Category:Ghanaian People
Directory of famous people from Ghana.
Helping 'Witches' Who Live in Exile
Christian Science Monitor article about the situation of Ghanaian widows who are branded as witches and forced to live in isolation. (June 22, 2006)

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