About Ghana Association of Houston
Ghana Association of Houston Ghana Association of Houston The Ghana Association of Houston is a converged forum for Ghanaians within the Houston metropolitan area of Texas, serving as the umbrella organization of all Ghanaians living in and around Houston. It also serves friends of Houstonians that aspire to the ideals of the association. It serves as the sole mouth piece of Ghanaians in the Greater Houston area. The leadership of the organization consists of the leadership of all Ghanaian factions of ethnicity and subdivisions in Houston. It acts as the sole representation of Ghanaians. Notable amongst subgroups are GaDangme Kpee Association, Ewe Association, Okuapeman Association, Asante Kroye Kuo of Houston, and Brong Ahafo Association, and many other smaller groupings. We built our strength in standing together as Ghanaians to be of service and support to our brethren. The goals of the Ghana Association of Houston are as follows: Section I: To foster a spirit of friendship, mutual understanding and respect among the people of Ghana and of the United States. Section II: To act as a vehicle for the channeling of charitable contributions and donations from the general public and business community to hospitals, and educational institutions in Ghana. Section III: To act as the representative body and mouthpiece of people with interest in Ghana affairs, and living in the Houston Metropolitan area. MEMBERSHIP: Any individual with interest in Ghanaian affairs is eligible to be enrolled as a member of the association. Any member of an Ethnic/Sub-Group that is currently recognized, or has been evaluated and admitted into the Association by the executive board, after having paid the dues of such Ethnic/ Sub-Group and that of the Association, shall be enrolled as a member of the Association.
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