The Kwahuman Association of GA Inc.,
Kwahuman Association of GA Inc. is non-profit organization dedicated not only to the welfare of the Kwahu community in the Atlanta GA area, but also to advancing the socio-cultural activities of the Association through its varied programs. Since its re-organization in 2014, the Association has continued to grow. It now has over 100 registered members.
The Organization which shall remain non-political has as its aims, among others, the following:
- To foster cordial relations among all Kwahus and Non-Kwahus in the State of Georgia.
- To try as much as possible to assist members in good standing whenever necessary.
- To identify and discuss problems in the Kwahu Traditional Area (hereinafter referred to as Home State) and where feasible, to make contributions, financial or otherwise with a view to helping to solve said Problems.
- To project and uphold the GOOD NAME of our Home State-OKWAHU.
- To play a healthy and meaningful role as Citizens of Ghana from Kwahu and act as worthy Ambassadors of the said Area.
- To cooperate with the Ghana Mission and other U.S. Organizations on matters affecting the well-being of Kwahus in the State of Georgia and when and where necessary, in the U.S. as a whole
- To liaise effectively with other GHANAIAN Associations and Organization in the State of Georgia if and when called upon.
- To promote the culture of the Kwahu people.
Affiliations – The Kwahuman Association of Georgia Inc., is an affiliate member of the Ghana Council of Georgia and a sister member of Okwahu United of North America – an umbrella association of Kwhuman members in North America
Executive Team :
The President – Elizabeth Asante
The Secretary – George Ansong
The Treasurer – Osei Kuffour
Our Activities – The Kwahuman Easter and Fundraising Dance – Kwahu United of North America National Congress – End of year get-together party for the Association members and guests, Work with the Ghana Council during GhanaFest to display our food and culture among others.
Our Projects – Work with Okwahu United of North America to support their activities such as the renovation of Atibie Government Hospital , Akwasiho Public Library and Computer Learning Center and the Pepease Library which is now completed and being used .
Contact Us – Secretary / George Ansong – 770-841-7920
Meeting place – 5555 Oakbrook Pkwy – Bldg 100 Ste 150, Norcross GA 30093
Online Meeting – the second Sunday of the month and general meeting last Saturday of the month -. The phone line is 218-895-6893 –the code is 1977