Kufuor Scholars Program

 A Project by The John A. Kufuor Foundation

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Our Vision and Mission

We envision a future where effective and accountable leadership facilitates and ensures sustainable development. This is grounded in the conviction of the Founder, H.E John A. Kufuor, that good Leadership holds the key to good governance and sustainable development in Africa. 

To prepare young people become catalysts for socio-political and economic transformation, through effective leadership in their chosen field of endeavor. 

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Meet The Scholars

Benjamin kwesi Bayor

Kwame Nkrumah Science & Technology

Ella Gyapomaa Brown

University of Ghana

Jennifer Akaade

Ashesi University

HAPPY 84TH BIRTHDAY!

Happy 84th birthday to our revered and illustrious Chairman and Founder. We pray for more grace, strength, and wisdom to continue imparting the full store of your knowledge to the Kufuor Scholars, the young people of this country and the continent generally. Your legacy still stands, Gentle Giant! It is something that the aspiring leaders, politicians, educationist, industrialists, indeed all of us Ghanaians, should tap into to improve the quality of governance in the country.
Happy 84th birthday, Your Excellency!

 

H.E. Joh n A. Kufuor

Founder, John A. Kufuor Foundation

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effective Leadership

In recognizing the central role of leadership in the development of societies, the program seeks to prepare young people…

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Good Governance

The scholars are nurtured to embrace good democratic governance as a developmental imperative…

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socio-economic
development

The Scholars are primed to be change agents who seek to transform the Socio-economic circumstances if Ghana…

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Fundraising Dinner

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor, founder of the Foundation, hosted an intimate fundraising dinner at his residence in Peduase, near Aburi. The function took place

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