- Ghana's Delegation to the Harvard National Model United Nations Summit has honored the country
- The 18-member delegation from Ghana's top universities won the event's Social Venture Challenge
- The summit attracted over 3000 students from over 150 countries
Ghana's delegation to this year's Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) Summit in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States of America (USA) have made Ghana proud by winning the event's Social Venture Challenge.
This year's edition of the HNMUN attracted about 3000 students from all over the world to a 4-day event that gave many students a taste of global diplomacy.
During the event, tertiary school students from over 50 countries around the world were expected to pitch proposals regarding their approach towards solving common problems that plague their communities.
Ghana's delegation was comprised of 18 members from several notable universities in Ghana's education system.
The Ghanaian team's diligence and effort eventually paid off after three of their pitches were selected for Fellowship during the Social Venture Challenge by conference partners.
The winning team comprised of Fiona Opoku-Mensah (University of Cape Coast), Kofi Amoako Baah (Ghana Institute of Journalism), Kwasi Appiah Okrah (GIMPA), and Priscilla Wepia Ametame (KMUST).
The team will join more than 150 Fellows dispersed all over the globe, and working on a variety of fields in their respective home countries.
Prior to coming back to Ghana, the team pledged to pursue their projects at home in order to bring on more positive change.
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