A statesman and scholar, Kojo Acquah Yankah has urged the government to reform the educational system in a manner that makes the upcoming generation proud of their Ghanaian and African heritage. That, he said, was because it was only through the realisation of our self-identity as Ghanaians that we could begin to understand and solve the unique […]
Prof Obeng was invited in “recognition of his role as the CEO of the Pan African Heritage Museum, one of the Africa-based organizations of enormous value in ongoing efforts to establish a transcontinental and multi-hub Institute of Ubuntu Thought and Practice.
Why is Heritage important? “Heritage is a person’s unique, inherited sense of family identity: the values, traditions, culture, and artifacts handed down by previous generations.” It is evident that Africans and people of African descent have not been EDUCATED about their HERITAGE. Africans see each other differently. Africans in the Diaspora have been MIS-EDUCATED about […]
Colombian VP, Francia Elena Marquez Mina (right)on a visit to GHANA greets Hon Kojo Yankah (3rd Left) Founder/Executive Chairman of Pan African Heritage Museum at a dinner with Dr Mahamudu Bawumia (2nd right) and Ambassador Daniel Garces Colombian Ambassador to Ghana (2nd left) at the Jubilee House, Accra. The Pan African Heritage Museum stands as […]
The Rotary Club of Ghana is supporting the Pan African Heritage Museum with a Tree Planting exercise scheduled for Wednesday 13th September 2023. The general public is invited to join the Rotary Club and the Pan African Heritage Museum to plant the designated 4,000 trees on the Project Site, off two kilometers from the Winneba […]
35 years ago, on August 22, 1988, the Palmares Cultural Foundation was born, which would become in a few years, a historical entity of the Brazilian black people, to fulfill the mission of promoting and protecting the material and immaterial values of the Brazilian Afro culture; Rescue historical, social and economic aspects arising from the […]
The PAN AFRICAN HERITAGE WORLD MUSEUM (PAHM), an International Non-Governmental Organization founded and registered in Accra-Ghana, with the objective of establishing the Pan African Heritage Museum to provide the environment for the exhibition and celebration of the arts, history, culture, and indigenous knowledge of Africans and people of African descent has partnered with Cultne Instituto […]
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Member of the Council of Elders, PRINCE YEMISI SHYLLON of Nigeria, has donated $10,000 in support of the PAHM project. His donation has been paid into the PAHM account in Accra, GHANA.