Passionate Africa Leadership Institute - Our Community Imprint

Our Community Imprint

Our Community Imprint


Linda Marley

Credit to PALI my career path has been shaped to a large extent by the intervention of the institute which I volunteered for in 2006 when it was known as Vision Care at the time through the engineering and effort of the organization, I gain scholarship to pursue a Degree in public administration at GIMPA by courtesy of the Canadian Training Awards Africa (CETAA).

Helen Anyewedja

Helen Anyewedja, BA in Communication Studies and Journalism I have gained a wealth of exposure, practical leadership skills and insight on Career choice, as a result of the guidance and mentoring I received from PALI and its antecedents the then Vision Care Clubs where I served as the club president for the Senior High School.
PALI-Ghana is doing a great job in mentoring the youth to reach their potentials. Amazing are their flexibility and speed of response on topical issues as well as their quality and efficient leadership trainings.

There was a turnaround in my public speaking, presentation, and writing skills with a motivation from Earl Ankrah, Frank Kumi, mentioning but a few, at one of the numerous trainings. This gave me the opportunity to represent Ghana at an international conference (International Day of the African Child and Youth, IDAY 2015) on PALI-Ghana's ticket in Brussels, Belgium in June 2015 with other country youth ambassadors, where we met with technocrats and policy-makers at the European parliament. This one thing I know-Passionate Africa Leadership Institute (PALI-Ghana) will do exploits not just in African leadership but also in the total make-up of the African youth in the coming years. Being part of this great institution means being the change that you seek.

I am Emmanuel Owusu a level-200 student in Accounting at the Pentecost University College Accra. On the 6th of March 2014, to be specific, I participated in the TOTAL-MAKEOVER-SUMMIT- 2014 organized by the Passionate Africa Leadership Institute (PALI-Ghana).

During the conference, I had the opportunity to meet Professor Joseph Ofori Dankwa, who happened to be the honorary chair of PALI Governing Council. After the conference, he became my sponsor and offered me an opportunity to further my post-secondary education. I am well on course to actualizing my lifetime career aspiration in the field of Accounting, thanks to PALI.

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PALI a development institute, has the following subsidiaries PALI-Youth Impact Projects(PYIP), PALI - Center For Leadership and People Development and PALI - Center for Natural Capital Governance and Social Accountability. Having evolved from the level of a community based youth lead-NGO, to it's current National character, driving social innovation while contributing to the process of empowering and equipping the next generation of Africa's most valuable assert (human Capital) with strong emphasis on leadership development.

PALI found a niche in advancing the course of participatory governance, community and youth leadership.

Officials of PALI engaging in formal discussions with diplomatic corps in Ghana.