NAPE Foundation Leadership Team

NAPE Foundation

"We Believe..."

  • Every individual has the potential to be successful given equal opportunities and resources
  • Higher education is a catalyst for developing human capacity and transforming society
  • Higher education is the vehicle for developing leaders and communities
  • Higher education should be accessible to all Ghanaians
  • Higher Education should promote intergenerational thinking and an awareness of the interconnectedness and interdependence of people and their environment
  • Access to higher education will bring hope for a just and sustainable future to Ghanaians and other Africans

Latest News

Sun 03 Aug, 2014

The Board of Trustees, advisers, employees, volunteers and scholarship recipients at NAPE Foundation wish to thank the following individuals and businesses for making our 4th Annual Celebration Dinner a resounding success: The anonymous donor who matched $10,000 raised at the event The African American Business Resource Group at PGE and EAI Information System more>

Sat 24 May, 2014

Come and meet with professionals from different industries in Ghana. Where: NAPE Foundation Offices, Okponglo Junction, East Legon When: May 24th, 4pm Cost: GHc 10 For more information, please contact us at: for your more>

Mon 07 Apr, 2014

5th Annual NAPE Foundation Dinner Date: Saturday April 27th Venue: Portland, Oregon Time: 6pm For more information, please contact us at: Thanks for your continued support. more>

Thu 02 Feb, 2012

Theme: Increasing access to higher education in Ghana, West Africa FEATURING Keynote: Dr. Candice Goucher, Professor of History at WSU Intergenerational Thinking: Ghana’s Promise of Education for a Sustainable Future Music and Dancing: Kukatonon Children’s African Dance Troupe & Chata Addy Date & Time: Saturday, February 4th, 2012 6:00 pm $50 Individual Tickets, $500 Table Sponsor Location: World Trade Center 121 SW Salmon St. Portland, OR 97204 RSVP: or 503-348-4912 Thank You! more>