A Non-Profit Organization Dedicated to Global Education and Social Justice
Creating Cross-Cultural Relationships through Strength, Humility, Wisdom, and Learning
Recent Wrap2gether Projects
Gift of Dreams Campaign
Collected and shipped over 700 books to Mancona International School, Ghana
If you or your organization would like to organize a Gift of Dreams campaign to benefit Mancona International School or would like to contribute to the Mancona International School Library Fund or Library Building Fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original handmade African inspired bracelets. All profits to benefit Mancona International School and JustWorld International.
Description: wrap bracelet made from the highest quality flat tan leather, dotted with swarovski rhinestones, and tied together with a dwennimmen (Adinkra symbol) toggle set representing strength, humility, wisdom, and learning.
Please choose whether you prefer the proceeds benefit Mancona International School (pink and blue rhinestones) or JustWorld International (purple and blue rhinestones). Bracelets can be customized upon request.
Products are available now for purchase.
$30 /each or $50.00 / 2+
Networking with local corporations to explore the possibility of bringing wireless technology to Mancona International School.
If you are affiliated with a corporation interested in donating products, expertise, or services to finding innovative solutions to a the educational challenges faced by underserved communities in the United States and throughout the world, please email email@example.com
Adopt Mancona Campaign
Continuing effort to encourage local elementary schools to adopt Mancona international School as their sister school.
If you are an elementary school principal or classroom teacher and are interested in adopting or establishing a relationship with Mancona International School, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrap2gether Phonics Series
Knowledge in rural Africa is often passed from generation to generation through rote recitation rather than through the art of reading. I believe reading enables students to become self-reliant learners. With most education research indicating cultural respect empowers student learning, I sought culturally relevant early readers. Finding none, I wrote and illustrated a phonics series designed to highlight Ghana’s landscape. Although highly stylized, each page features children with smiling brown faces dressed in their adorable pink and blue uniforms, set amidst the familiar setting of their own schoolyard. In the background, a butterfly-filled tree and rising sun symbolize promise and hope. By respecting and validating the students’ own experiences, I hope to motivate further learning and build cross-cultural trust.
Please choose whether you prefer the proceeds benefit Mancona International School or JustWorld International. Books can be customized upon request.
Current Wrap2gether Beneficiaries
Raising awareness and funds in the international equestrian community to support positive change in the developing world
Mancona International School
Video Courtesy of Andres Mejia (GLA 2009)
Vincent Mensah, Principal | Mancona International School | PO Box 133 | Odumase-Krobo, Ghana Eastern Region