The Jollof Wars is a friendly competition that Africans take very seriously so we made sure to select a panel of independent judges to make the final call. Here’s what some of the judges had to say about their voting process.
What is GEIG? GEIG is the girls education initiative of Ghana. We are a non profit/non governmental organization with a mission to provide academic and financial support for girls, including applicants with special needs, so they may access higher education and professional opportunities. We currently support 12 students from the greater Accra and Ashanti regions. […]
In February 2016, Ghana launched its campaign to . According to UNICEF data, as of 2015 Ghana’s national child marriage rate was at 21 percent. This data represents a 4 percent decrease from 2013. The legal age for marriage in Ghana is 18 however, with parental consent children can get married as young as 16. […]