The Nana Project

I had the pleasure of interviewing the Founder and Executive Director of The Nana Project, Kirstie Kwarteng. Please click here or play the video below to watch my interview with her.

Kirstie is very passionate about preserving Ghana’s rich history through the storytelling of Ghanaian elders. During my interview with her, she said the following:

It’s important for us to capture the memories and history of this generation while we still have this generation here to tell it to us. Because if we as Ghanaians don’t do it, whose going to do it for us? It’s our history.

To learn more about the The Nana Project and its mission, please watch my  interview with Kirstie here. Also, please be sure to check out The Nana Project at its website link below and  various social media platforms below.


 

WEBSITE

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS

YOUTUBE
INSTAGRAM
TWITTER
TUMBLR
FACEBOOK


CONTACT:
You can also contact The Nana Project at:

info@thenanaproject.org

Kirstie Kwarteng, Founder and Executive Director
kirstie@thenanaproject.org


 

Thanks for reading and watching!

~Amma Mama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Comments
  • Aaya
    December 2, 2015

    I really enjoyed this interview! 🙂

    • ammamama
      December 7, 2015

      Thanks Bopz!!! 🙂
      I am glad you enjoyed it.

  • Ama V.
    December 23, 2015

    I love this project idea and I am excited that Kristie has pursued this! I am very encouraged by her passion. Earlier this year, my father was dealing with serious health issues and it prompted my siblings and I to ensure we had a record of him for future generations. We set up a camera and took turns interviewing my dad just to hear his life story. We had a good time of laughter and at times, tears. But now, we have his story forever and this is precious to us.

    Thanks for sharing Amma, please keep up the good work!

    • ammamama
      December 25, 2015

      Hey Ama! Thank you so much for commenting and sharing. I think what you and your siblings did with your father is so sweet and genius! God-willingly I can do that with my father the next time I visit Ghana. It’s important we get all that we can from our parents and document it. Thanks for reading and thank you for the encouragement 🙂

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