• Chocolate Passions Trail

    Exclusive moments for chocolate lovers to experience exquisite taste of organic chocolate and farm gate activities of its production and service value chain
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Flamboyant traditional dance of the Ashanti Kingdom performed with intricate moves and intriguing gestures worth indulging
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Magical co-existence at unique communities where mona monkeys, residents and tourists enjoy excellent peaceful cohabitation
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Pristine tucked-away coastlines, lake and river fronts for uniquely impact oriented, deeply satisfying and fun filled beach, sunbathing, meditation, stress relieving, nerves calming and rejuvenating vacation in Ghana where beach meet beats
  • History Panorama

    Spiritual riverside where African Slaves en-route to long domestic and industrial servitude in the New Found World (America) and elsewhere had their last bath and touch of African waters
  • Precious Minerals Expedition

    Once-in-a-lifetime invitation to satisfy your curiosity as to why Ghana was once named Gold Coast with a visit to this beautiful land where Gold & other precious minerals can be found even at the least expected places
  • Country SIDE

    Pleasurable footsteps in the sky and on top of trees at the world’s longest rain forest canopy walkway
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Explore diverse majestic & amazing wildlife species within several national wildlife and natural resources conservation parks
  • Native & Indigenous Culture Exploits

    Explore, experience and get hands-on with incredible indigenous lifestyles of communication and entertainment offered through majestic drum beats
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Captivating canoe excursions that takes world heritage followers and enthusiasts to the quintessential village on stilt and other stash away pristine wetlands, fresh water lagoons and tropical swamp forest sites
  • History Panorama

    At the center of Ghana's capital city, Accra in memory of Dr Kwame Nkrumah (the African personality of the millennium) Ghana's first president
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Astounding experience of Ghana’s internationally acclaimed extreme friendship, courtesy and hospitality even from the wild
  • Sea, Sand & Sun Deep Dive

    Astonishing cruise to the mystical Dodi Island brings you up close and personal with the wonders of/and across Lake Volta (world's largest man made Lake by surface area)
  • Wildlife & Nature Footsteps

    Upon arrival in Ghana, the first sound you will hear is laughter which makes you feel very welcomed, if you loved it, another opportunity await you to experience colorful and diverse bird species chirping fascinating sounds whilst bird-watching in several tropical rain forests

Human Trafficking & Migrants Smuggling Eradication Workshop

 

Integrated and Holistic Strategies for Mitigating Undocumented, Irregular and Forced Migration

 

The phenomenon of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (undocumented, forced and irregular migration) especially those involving child trafficking, lack of opportunities for self-actualization, development and improvement within immediate environments, corruption, poverty, marginalization, deprivation, illiteracy and inequitable distribution of resources are intrinsically intertwined multifaceted human and minority rights, social, cultural, humanitarian and economic development problems. These challenges, also affects social cohesion, human development, the rights to self-actualization, development and determination, peace, safety and security, a bad situation that has become a blot on the conscience of society.

This not withstanding, critical analysis, monitoring and observation of the various strategies adopted to leverage Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling indicates that such programs are concentrated on law enforcement agencies and other few social welfare and services organizations. This ignores other critical stakeholders that can be described as the missing piece in the efforts to curb Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling. And it’s imperative to extend training, capacity-building, public education, information dissemination, awareness raising and sensitization programs to all such stakeholders to reverse the dangerous Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling trend and treats to humanity.

This actionable workshop will offer participants the requisite innovative, applicable and high leverage education, information dissemination, awareness creation, sensitization, training and capacity-building in order to better understand and gain new perspectives on the intricacies of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling to become more productive, effective and efficient in its detection, prevention and response actions.

The workshop introduces a new frontier of methodological and systematic engagement and empowerment of all relevant and key stakeholders particularly, tourism, travel and hospitality professionals, businesses, services providers, organizations, institutions, departments and agencies whose actions or inaction can have greater impact on the international efforts to end Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling epidemic through the elevation of the productiveness, effectiveness and efficiency of detection, prevention and response actions.

 

The 2019 international "Human Trafficking & Migrants Smuggling Eradication Workshop"

 

Are you already or do you want to be at the forefront of the global efforts to stem the tide of the Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling Menace?

 

If you have even the slightest passion or interest in eliminating the Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (modern day slavery) epidemic particularly, those that involves children, you can't afford to miss-out on this event.

Join us at this purposefully designed actionable workshop which is redefining the future of the international efforts to guard against the deadly phenomenon that has become a blot on the conscience of humanity.

The hidden tragedy of Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling (undocumented, irregular and forced migration), widely acclaimed to be the second largest underground criminal industry that is not just destroying and devastating so many lives, families and communities within originating countries but also victims within countries of transit and final destination.

 

 

Date: 25 - 27 July, 2019

Location: Silver Spring, Maryland, USA

Venue: Silver Spring Civic Building, 1 Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Price: USD$165

 

Target Audience

To achieve the desired broad-based and grassroots goals, objectives and targets, this actionable training and capacity-building workshop is open to target audience including and not limited to those highlighted below:

  • Religious organizations
  • Youth clubs and associations
  • Transport operators and unions
  • Academics, students and educational institutions
  • Media/PR houses, practitioners and professionals
  • Social welfare and services officials, employees and personnel
  • Public, civil and private sector leaders, officials and employees
  • Chiefs, Queen mothers, traditional leaders and community opinion leaders
  • Security, law enforcement, public safety and judiciary officials, personnel and employees
  • Tourism, travel and hospitality professionals, businesses, service providers and institutions
  • Anti-human trafficking/migrants smuggling activists, civil society organizations, institutions, groups and individuals
  • Professional associations/groups (lawyers, researchers, journalist, teachers, procurement, human resource officials etc.)
  • All identifiable formal and informal organizations, institutions, departments, agencies, groups, networks, professionals and individuals interested and/or involved in fighting human trafficking and migrants smuggling (undocumented, irregular and forced migration)
  • All organizations, institutions, departments, agencies, groups, networks and individuals whose profession, work, operations, social and economic activities are relevant and can contribute meaningfully to nipping Human Trafficking and Migrants Smuggling in the bud

 

Specialization Topics

  • Causes, effects and dimensions of HTMS
  • Definitions and differences between HTMS
  • HTMS methodologies adopted by perpetrators
  • Domestic and international laws, rules and regulations against HTMS
  • Framework for rescuing victims, reporting and prosecution of perpetrators 
  • Getting acquainted with domestic, international and global issues relating to HTMS
  • Processes and procedures for reporting cases or perpetrators to the appropriate authorities
  • HTMS victims and perpetrators profiling, interviewing, screening and identification methodologies
  • Identification and learning of the various character traits/behaviors of victims and perpetrators of HTMS
  • The risks involved in undocumented, forced and irregular migration (HTMS) and alternative travel solutions
  • Case studies on international and domestic trends in HTMS as well as prevention responses and strategies
  • Understanding the application of diversity management, social and intercultural communication dynamics in curbing HTMS
  • Understanding and application of the United Nations (UN) protocols to prevent, suppress and punish trafficking and against smuggling of persons
  • The role of tourism, travel and hospitality industry intermediaries and other stakeholders in identifying, disrupting, intercepting and/or rescuing HTMS victims

 

Limited seats available and are going down really fast, grab yours right NOW!

 

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Contact:

Kra Integrated Solutions

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We are currently accepting, welcome and will appreciate strategic support, partnerships, collaborations and sponsorship from domestic and international donors, philanthropists, impact investing/making, media, events marketing, volunteer, social, humanitarian and public good/spirited institutions, organizations, ministries, departments, agencies, professionals, groups, clubs, networks and individuals.

Educational, Volunteer, International & Cultural Exchange

 

Volunteer, Internship, International, Cultural and Educational Exchange Placement (VIICEEP)

 

 

At the interface between volunteerism, active citizenship, cultural and philanthropic enthusiasts, internship, social integration or inclusion, intercultural exchange and dialogue, non-formal education and sustainable pro-poor, needy, vulnerable, deprived and marginalized social, economic, humanitarian and democratic development, environmental, ecological, wildlife and natural resource protection, VIICEEP facilitates travel to Ghana for cultural, educational, internship, volunteer, study abroad, international and/or gap year experience.

This program also provide international onsite/in home country training and teaching of Ghanaian native and indigenous traditional and cultural drumming, dancing, story telling, drama and artistic performance for international schools, groups and community organizations.

It also amplifies mutual respect, acceptance and understanding between cultures, people and communities around the world. VIICEEP further encompasses initiatives that illuminate leveraging of gender, ethnic, environmental, social, cultural, religious and economic barriers, grassroots attitudinal and behavioral change among diverse people, communities and societies.

The ultimate goal is to promote, strengthen and support knowledge and technological transfer, sustainable environmental, social, cultural, economic and humanitarian development activities, diversity management dynamics, teamwork, social and intercultural communication competences development, acquisition or improvement for global peace building.

 

Target Audience

  • Youth
  • Retirees
  • Early to mid-term professionals
  • Community groups and organizations
  • High school, college and university students
  • Environmental, social, humanitarian and economic philanthropist
  • All individuals and groups who are committed and passionate about giving back to society and the environments

 

Activities

  • Au/demi pair
  • Child care assistance
  • Sports development help
  • Health or medical support
  • Community development projects aid
  • Professional, technical, vocational skills development assistance
  • Ecological, wildlife, natural resource and environmental protection
  • Teaching assistance: any subject or field of competence or interest (Sept-Dec, Jan-Apr, May-Jul)
  • Culture, family and community deep dive (diversity management dynamics, teamwork, social and intercultural communication skills development)
  • International onsite/in home country training and teaching of Ghanaian native and indigenous traditional and cultural drumming, dancing, story telling, drama and artistic performance

 

When to Participate

  • All year round
  • Dependent on prospective participants’ convenience or availability

 

Type of Participation/Registration

  • Individually
  • Group (no limitation to number of people)

 

Age Limits

  • Fifteen (15) years and above
  • Under fifteen (15) with parent or an adult

 

Accommodation

  • Home-stay (excellent opportunity to explore and experience native and indigenous lifestyles and gastronomy)
  • Self-find (optional and self-financed)

 

Meals

  • Provided by host family or community
  • All native and indigenous cousins and beverages

 

Placement Contributions (Fees)

  • Two (2) weeks: USD$670
  • Three (3) weeks: USD$880
  • Four (4) weeks: USD$1,090
  • Five (5) weeks: USD$1,300
  • Six (6) weeks: USD$1,510
  • Seven (7) weeks: USD$1,720
  • Eight (8) weeks: USD$1,830
  • Nine (9) weeks: USD$2140
  • Ten (10) weeks: USD$2,350
  • Eleven (11) weeks: USD$2,560
  • Twelve (12) weeks: USD$2,770
  • Less than two (2) weeks or More than twelve (12) weeks: Acceptable/Negotiable

 

Contribution Exemptions

  • Transportation to and from home country
  • Travel health insurance
  • Visa application/processing fees
  • Personal travels, entertainment and any other expenses outside placement/program

 

Note:

All conditions relative to international onsite training and teaching of Ghanaian native and indigenous traditional and cultural drumming, dancing, story telling, drama and artistic performance are subject to negotiations and not part of those listed above.

 

RSVP: through any of the following links

Online

Faustina +233 547 766 961

Michael +233 264 475 836

Francis +233 556 500 680

Rachel +233 243 030 502

Kakraba +1 301 675 1358

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Strategic Partnerships/Collaborations

We currently need, welcome and will appreciate strategic partnerships, collaborations, networking and support from international schools, community groups, clubs and networks, volunteer institutions, organizations and agencies, professionals groups, clubs, networks and individuals.

 

Job Market & Wealth Creation Trends & Skills Demands Seminar

 Strategic Job Market Driven Personal, Career/Professional, Leadership, Business and Entrepreneurial Competencies Development Trends, Skills Demands and Innovations

 

Globalization, down-aging, population increase, international inter-connectivity and inter-dependencies, constantly and consistently changing business, social, cultural, economic, humanitarian and democratic development circumstances have brought in its wake inevitable stiff competition in the job market place, on the job and work place environments, critical social, economic, business, entrepreneurial and democratic development challenges the youth particularly those who finds themselves at the periphery of social, cultural, economic and political structures.

Acquiring the requisite competencies, knowledge, exposure, information and tools to be able to thrive under such circumstances and for successful entry into the job market, on the job performance improvement, remaining competitive, impactful and relevant to society and humanity, become useful teammate, and/or switching jobs has therefore become imperative.

This actionable seminar provides participants with a mix of tried and tested innovative, creative, high leverage and applicable personal, business, entrepreneurial and career/professional skills development, functional competencies, information, knowledge, exposure and tools for self branding, development, actualization, resilience and sustainability.

Our passion and commitment is to motivate, nest, nurture, train and coach people to facilitate identification, development and utilization of available and accessible sustainable personal, business, entrepreneurial, career/professional and skill sets choices that provides the leverage to meet, exceed and thrive within current, future and/or 21st century global social, economic, business, entrepreneurial and democratic development and job markets trends, requirements, demands and expectations.

 

Specialization Topics

  • Developing persuasion skills
  • ICT, online and digital literacy
  • Public speaking and presentation skills
  • How to impress/excel at a job interview
  • Management and administration qualities
  • Self Branding, Development and Resilience
  • Choice of strategic schools/educational institutions
  • Education/training abroad opportunities and resources
  • Selecting strategic courses, study programs or field of study
  • Cultivating strategic career/professional contacts, links and networks
  • Business and entrepreneurial opportunities recognition and utilization
  • Exploring and utilizing personal growth and development opportunities
  • Writing a competitive business/project concept note that attract funding
  • Competitive CV/resume and cover letter writing (effective job application)
  • Product, business, entrepreneurship development and marketing strategies
  • Key factors of personal and interpersonal efficiency and effectiveness (success)
  • Leadership, diversity management, social and intercultural communication/relations dynamics

 

Target Audience

  • Youth
  • Job seekers
  • Prospective job switchers
  • Early/mid-term professionals
  • Junior/Senior high school, college and university students
  • Current/prospective national, regional, district and community leaders
  • Everyone who want to gain competitive and/or comparative advantage in the job market
  • All employees who want to improve on their job performance and/or remain competitive on the job

 

Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Venue: TBD

Registration Fees: TBD

 

RSVP: through any of the following links

Online

Faustina: +233 547 766 961

Michael: +233 264 475 836

Francis: +233 556 500 680

Rachel: +233 243 030 502

Kakraba: +1 301 675 1358

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Sponsorship/Partnership

We are currently accepting, welcome and will appreciate strategic support, partnerships, collaborations and sponsorship from domestic and international donors, philanthropists, impact investing/making, media, events marketing, volunteer, social, humanitarian and public good/spirited institutions, organizations, ministries, departments, agencies, professionals, groups, clubs, networks and individuals.

 

Brand Reputation & Business Development Innovations Workshop

 

Sustainable Business, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Branding and Brand Reputation Development Solutions

 

Internationalization, multiculturalism, global inter-connectivity and inter-dependencies has brought in its wake the needy for a paradigm shift in brand reputation, corporate, business and entrepreneurial development, management, administration and operations.

This training is a strategy development and implementation program tailored to meet the needs of owners, executives, leaders, managers and administrators of companies, businesses, institutions, organizations, ministries, departments and agencies who want to cultivate a paradigm shift, rethink and scale public and social image, strategic resources management, administration and planning.

It is also designed to suit the skill sets, knowledge, competencies and experience needs, wants and/or requirements of new  and prospective business owners and entrepreneurs, leaders and managers.

 

Specialization Topics

The training and capacity building focus on key strategic management and leadership specialization topics including and not limited to the following highlights:

  • Lean management
  • Business development and ethics
  • Talents acquisition and development
  • Strategic management and leadership
  • Crisis communication and management
  • Quality control and standardization strategies
  • Harnessing the influence of brand ambassadors
  • Customer courtesies, experience creation and service delivery
  • Cultivating strategic partnerships, collaborations and networks
  • Team building, communication, coordination and management
  • Scenario planning, development, interpretation and implementation
  • Co-creation of social and environmental values, impact and benefits
  • Developing confidence, self-esteem and persuasive communication competencies
  • Diversity management, social and intercultural communication/relations dynamics

 

Location: Accra, Ghana

Date: TBD

Venue: Ampomaah Hotel, East Legon

Registration Fees: from USD$95

 

RSVP: through any of the following links

Online

Faustina +233 547 766 961

Michael +233 264 475 836

Francis +233 556 500 680

Rachel +233 243 030 502

Kakraba +1 301 675 1358

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Socials: follow, like and/or share us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @krinsolecotours

 

Sponsorship/Partnership

We are currently accepting, welcome and will appreciate strategic support, partnerships, collaborations and sponsorship from domestic and international donors, philanthropists, impact investing/making, media, events marketing, volunteer, social, humanitarian and public good/spirited institutions, organizations, ministries, departments, agencies, professionals, groups, clubs, networks and individuals.

Challenged Expedition 2019

 

The annual “Challenged Expedition” is a charity, humanitarian and philanthropic educational, leisure, recreation, outdoor, sightseeing, excursion, social, intercultural, entertainment, sports, active and healthy living and lifestyles field trip organized by Social Enterprise (SE), Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) for Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged, a very critical group who unfortunately, are often taken for granted segment of society and predominantly confined to the periphery of economic, social, cultural, community, societal and developmental structures.

This event was developed and rolled under Kra Integrated Solutions' (Krinsol Ecotours') “Humanity Alive and Social Fiesta” initiative. The "Humanity Alive and Social Fiesta" initiative is a philanthropic and charitable social inclusion, diversity management, inter-personal, cultural and community engagement initiative under the organization’s people, community centered and inspired "Neighborhoods Empowerment and Sustainable Transformation (NEST)" project.

Thematically, the “Humanity Alive and Social Fiesta” initiative aims at periodically organizing and offering charitable and philanthropic events, programs and activities for grassroots, poor, needy, vulnerable, underprivileged, marginalized, minority and deprived people, groups and communities. The direct beneficiaries of such events, activities and programs are Children, Youth, Seniors (Elderly), and in particular, Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged.

Last year, on December 15th, 2018, we organized, launched and hosted the maiden annual “Challenged Expedition 2018”.

Thirty (30) Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged who benefited from the maiden event, were purposefully taken on an educational, leisure, recreation, outdoor, sightseeing, excursion, social, intercultural, entertainment, sports, active and healthy living and lifestyles field trip to two of Ghana's premium tourist sites, attractions and places of interest, the Kakum National Conservation Park and Cape Coast Castle. All expenses pertaining to this event was fully paid for by Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours).

These beneficiaries were selected or invited from the Greater Accra Region and Kasoa Township and its catchment areas within the Ewutu Senya East Municipal Authority in the Central Region of Ghana. The selection or invitation was conducted through the Ghana Federation for the Disabled (GFD) and other relevant stakeholders.

The second edition “Challenged Expedition 2019” will take place on September 27th, 2019 with a visit to the Shai Hills Resource Reserve and Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park as part of Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) activities, programs and events to celebrate World Tourism Day.

 

 

Challenged Expedition” is part of the organization’s comprehensive corporate social values and impact creation strategies, activities and efforts to promote, support and strengthen public relations, storytelling, education, information dissemination, awareness creation and sensitization to illuminate and highlight the non-existence of accessibility and/or tremendous challenges, difficulties and barriers Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged face daily in accessing public and private spaces, amenities and facilities particularly, Tourist Sites, Attractions and Places of Interest.

The event is aimed to win the hearts and minds of the general public, at the grassroots, local and community level, help leverage, generate, activate and/or crystallize international, national, public, civil, corporate, private sector, policy, decision makers, leaders and influencers' conscience, attention and actions to address this critical issue.

Challenged Expedition” is expected to influence and serve as a catalyst for policies formulation paradigm shift towards authorities, decision makers, leaders or influencers assuming greater political and corporate capacity, mastery, passions and commitments to addressing the tremendous public and private spaces, amenities and facilities particularly, tourists sites, attractions and places of interest accessibility challenges, difficulties and/or barriers Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged encounter in their daily lives or activities, and as well as other critical pervasive and emerging social, cultural, economic, societal, community and developmental concerns of these target groups.

It is also to create opportunities for people who find themselves in this community to thrive, celebrate, exchange ideas, share personal experiences, stories and achievements, build personal, career/professional, business, entrepreneurial and community links, contacts and networks, enjoy companionship, ease and comfort.

And additionally, to provide the much needed, but often neglected compassion, love, relief, care and attention to Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged, a very critical group within communities but who unfortunately, are often taken for granted segment of society and predominantly confined to the periphery of economic, social, cultural, community, societal and developmental structures.

Further, in line with the true spirit, significance, meaning and values of humanitarian and social good, impact investing or making and philanthropy, the “Challenged Expedition” is to help fester a sense of belonging among such critical, but unfortunately, poor, needy, vulnerable, deprived, underprivileged, marginalized, minority and often taken for granted group or community.

 

Non-Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged can and are also highly encouraged to join the field trip as a means of practically demonstrating solidarity and support for Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged, a worthy and good cause but have to pay fully for all expenses!

 

Date: Friday, 27 September, 2019 (World Tourism Day)

Location: Boti Falls

Contribution (Fee):

  • Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged: 

    Free

  • Others: From

    GH₵ 75.00

Contribution (Fee) Covers:

  • Transportation
  • Location entry fee
  • Lunch (food and water)

To Do List:

  • Hiking
  • Pick and act
  • Photography
  • Treasure hunt
  • Poetry recitals
  • Wildlife watching
  • Canoe or boat riding
  • Cracking of jokes (tooli)
  • Rock or mountain climbing
  • Story telling (ananse nsem)
  • Languages practicing or learning
  • Nature and adventure immersion & observatory
  • Native and indigenous cultural performances & practicing
  • Leadership, teamwork, diversity management, social & intercultural communication skills simulation
  • Singing (jama, traditional, native and indigenous folklore songs/music & musicians of choice imitation)
  • Nature ambiance inspired stress relief, meditation, reflections, self-consciousness, mindedness and awareness exercises
  • Voluntary clean-up exercise (giving back to nature and society to practically demonstrate our social entrepreneurship principles, philosophy, culture and commitments 
  • Sports/Games (ampe, piilolo, chaskele, oware, draught, ludo, cards, soccer, sack race, lime and spoon race, hide and seek, table tennis, volley ball, tug pull, shadow boxing, splash pool, swimming etc.)

 

 

Strategic Charitable, Philanthropic, Social/Humanitarian Appeal

 

To achieve the desired broad-based and grassroots goals, objectives, targets and meet all obligations of such an event, we are appealing for donations, sponsorships and/or support from the general public, philanthropic, charitable, impact investing or making, social, humanitarian, public good or spirited corporate, public, civil and private sector institutions, organizations, companies, ministries, departments, agencies, professionals, groups, clubs, networks and individuals for monetary or cash donation to support this initiative.

All donations, sponsorships and support received will strictly be used to pay for the following essential components and costs associated with organizing and successfully hosting “Challenged Expedition 2019”:

  • Food
  • Transportation
  • Water/Beverages
  • Location entry fees
  • Communication/Publicity

Aside cash donation, we will also accept and appreciate donations of crutches, wheelchairs, white canes, clothing, footwear, computers, phones, books, backpacks and other basic necessities of life for distribution to the target beneficiaries.

Indeed, no amount received as donation will be too little to make an effective impact and leave indelible footprints and life long memories.

By sponsoring, supporting or donating  to “Challenged Expedition 2019” you will be facilitating Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) and enabling us provide assistance to Persons with Special Needs/Disabilities, Reduced Mobility or Physically Challenged, a very critical group within communities but who unfortunately, are often taken for granted segment of society and predominantly confined to the periphery of economic, social, cultural, community, societal and developmental structures.

To show appreciation, any donation, sponsorship or support received will be extensively acknowledged and attested to at every stage of “Challenged Expedition 2019” and through diverse means.

The names of all donors, sponsors or supporters will be featured prominently on all publicity materials of “Challenged Expedition 2019”. These names will also be consistently given special public mention and recognition during “Challenged Expedition 2019” itself.

Any philanthropic, charitable, impact investing or making, social, humanitarian, public good or spirited corporate, public, civil and private sector institutions, organizations, companies, ministries, departments, agencies, professionals, groups, clubs, networks and individuals interested in supporting this initiative can contact Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) by:

Telephone:

+233547766961

+233264475836

+233556500680

+13016751358

+3933173229

or

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As social and humanitarian actions, response and development partners, it’s Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) sincere hope that, this appeal will be seen and considered as part of the collective social and humanitarian values and impact creation and effort to assist and put smiles on the faces of some of the most vulnerable, poor, needy, underprivileged, deprived, marginalized and minority group. And who unfortunately, are often taken for granted segment of society and predominantly confined to the periphery of economic, social, cultural, societal, community and developmental structures.

Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) very much appreciate the time you have taken to read and consider our appeal and look forward to a favorable response from you. It’s our sincere hope that we can count on your generosity, benevolence and goodwill to help and support our cause.

Kra Integrated Solutions (Krinsol Ecotours) want to take this unique opportunity to thank you very much for your tremendous effort, professionalism, and also for your anticipated compassionate donation, sponsorship or support towards our collective efforts to put smiles on the faces of some of the most vulnerable, poor, needy, underprivileged, marginalized, minority. And who unfortunately, are often taken for granted segment of society, and regrettably, largely confined to the periphery of economic, social, cultural, community, societal and developmental structures.

 

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Are you Passionate about Discovering the Sights, Sounds, Scenes, and to feel the People, Hospitality and Pulse of Amazing Ghana? Are you Keen on Developing Transformational Leadership, Teamwork, Diversity Management, Social and Intercultural Communication Skills through Tourism? Are you committed to Helping Promote, Strengthen, Support and Sustain Ghana’s Domestic Tourism for Sustainable Pro-poor, Needy, Vulnerable, Deprived and Marginalized Development? The Country Side provides all of these and much more!

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