Dalun Community Partners

Alhassan SumailaAlhassan_Sumaila

Lagim Tehi Tuma Local Coordinator, BICO Dalun fellowship

Titagya Schools Communications Officer

About Alhassan:

I attended my primary and junior high education in Dalun, Kumbungu district in the northern region of Ghana. I completed my senior high education in Tamale, at kalpohin senior high school from 2002 – 2005. Volunteer at Titagya schools, helping students fellows from Bryn Mawr/Haverford colleges traveling to Ghana, to learn and share the cultural and educational differences from each other.

 

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Abdul-Azeez Mahama

Head teacher

Dalun Titagya school

About Abdul-Azeez:

Born on 19th August, 1984 in Dalun. Hoboe’s are reading and watching movies. Azeez like learning new things and impacting knowledge.

 

Alhassan Ibrrahimprtn3

Teacher

Dalun junior high school

About Alhassan:

Born in Dalun on 23rd of May 1991. Alhassan always want to know more about history. Football is my favorite game, and I believe in knowledge sharing for knowledge has no limit

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Maccarthy M.  Mac-Gbathy

Co-founder

Hopin academy

About Maccarthy:
(Maccarthy lomotey via web)
Entrepreneurs, film making.
Marketing and communication student.

 

Juliana Batawobatawo_juliana

Teacher

Dalun Titagya school

About Juliana:

A 24 years old young lady and live in Dalun. Student at Jackson college of education.

 

Rahinatu Sulemana

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Dalun Simli Centre

About Rahinatu:

I am a student on the Community Health Assistant School in Tamale, Northern Ghana.

 

Alhassan Uberu

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Simli radio, a community radio in Dalun

About Alhassan:
A senior high school graduate, Uberu would like to take the fellows through the following programs during the summer.
-community development
-girl child education/girl and young woman
Development and politics
Youth in diaspora
Health and other programs.
Safianu Mahama
 
Safianu joined Titagya Schools in 2011, in order to pursue his passion for making sure that young children become well educated. He is also the founder and CEO of the first ICT Center in Dalun, a village in Ghana’s Northern region. At Titagya, he helps oversee the construction of new schools, carry out reporting, and ensure a high quality of teaching at existing schools. Prior to Titagya, he was the Assitant Country Director of Savannah Kids and a volunteer radio presenter with Simli Radio. Safianu graduated with Honors in IT from the Naitonal Institute of Information Technology.

Thinking Together — a Summer Action Research Fellowship in Northern Ghana and Pennsylvania, USA