Saturday, September 14, 2013

Video - Business Education for Good: The Ghana Project at Bentley University



The Ghana Project is a unique educational partnership between Bentley University and multiple businesses, communities, and NGOs in Ghana. It has grown from a connection to one orphanage to include work with area artisans, Ghanaian women building a local poultry business with micro-financing, and local entrepreneurs working at the crossroads of public health and sustainability.
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