Changes for the 2017 Anansi Event

This year’s 2017 Anansi Event has changed from an auction to a celebration at 501 16th St, Bellingham.  Shortly we will be uploading photos of all the African items for sale so you can get a pre event look at this year’s offerings.  We look forward to this annual gathering when we will exchange stories, […]

A Day in Ghana

People often ask me what life is like in Ghana. “What do you do all day?” I never know how to answer that question because each day is different and not always predictable. Some days are bad, others okay and some very good. Today was a good day. The morning started off with an email […]

2016-2019 Anansi Students

Scholarships have been awarded to a new class of Anansi students.  Here are the students, along with the essay they wrote on their application and their sponsor.  We are honored to help these students improve their lives through education.     Mary Otoo (aggregate 12), sponsors: Gail and Gary Fortenberry There are so many reasons […]

1.The Road

Doris’s Story

This past week we took a trip in my car to Kruwa, a remote village off the road to Kumasi.  Check out the photos to get a feeling for this trip.  Once there, we found Doris who has had to leave school because she was having seizures. She was selling “chips.”  And her parents, whom […]


Annual Student Meeting and Anansi News

Kenneth Wyrick from Los Angeles came to Ghana for his first visit with a friend,  Jacqueline Arkord.  He came armed with a “Raspberry Pi” by World Possible, a device to access Rachel (research access computer hotspot education and learning). He wanted to share this free access to an educational digital library via the internet with the ICT departments in our […]

Year-End Giving

Friends and Supporters of Anansi,   You have believed in our mission. You have supported us in our efforts to make a lasting difference in this world through education. We are grateful for all that we have been able to accomplish with your help.   If you find that at the end of your fiscal […]