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WAM Campaign Ambassador: Emmanuel Frimpong

The WAM Campaign was launched at the Ghana High Commission (UK) on Friday 3rd of June. This video gives an insight into why WAM Ambassador and Arsenal Footballer Emmanuel Frimpong decided to get involved.

WAM is a Project designed to provide a gateway which connects young people to Ghana. The aim is to provide an accessible gateway to connect young people with Ghana and to give back and develop opportunities for orphans and less fortunate young people in Ghana through participating in the development programme in December in Ghana and through organizing volunteering/fundraising activities. The word WAM is an acronym which stands for “What About Me” and the slogan for the WAM Campaign is “What About Me? It’s Not about ME”.

To get involved in the WAM Campaign, please contact Jacqueline at: Jacqueline@mefirighana.com

Fancy SkiDiving to raise money for Schools in Ghana?

Feeling brave and looking for your next challenge?

Why not take a leap from 14, 000 feet IN THE SKY to raise money as part of the WAM Campaign…

Simply fundraise £300 and not only will you have an exhilarating rush, but you will also help to support children in Ghana. The WAM Campaign is supporting 3 schools, one in Tamale (Train To Gain Academy), another in Kumasi and one in Accra  called the Family Outrech Ghana

No experience is necessary!
On the day you will jump with a Parachute instructor and the Me Firi Ghana team will be on hand before the event with tips and advice on how to raise your sponsorship money.

So if you’re ready to take the plunge and raise funds for the WAM, please read on.

Get involved:
To take part, you need to register by 29th July. Please download our information pack by getting in contact with either Jackie or Joseph on:

07932 896845


To see some of the volunteering which took place in Tamale and Accra in 2010, please see the video below