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To change your life, or to change someone else’s life, sometimes it takes just one chance, one opportunity. In my case, that opportunity came when I was 16 years old. I left my neighborhood, Aboabo, in my hometown of Kumasi, Ghana to come to United States of America. The objective was clear – receive an education and play basketball. However, it didn’t take long for my
The Hood College men’s soccer team donated 3 sets of jerseys, 30 balls and a trainer’s uniform to the Salih Self-Development Center. These items will be sent to the community in Kumasi, Ghana and given to the youth soccer team. I extend my thanks to the Coaches and Hood College for their support. A single shirt will bring great personal pride to a youngster.I look forward to
Construction on the building for the Salih Self-Development. More updates to follow:
“TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE THE WORLD TO A BETTER PLACE” Hello Family and Friends, My name is Ibrahim Salih, the Founder and CEO of the Salih Self Development Center. I was born and raised in Aboaba Kumasi, a town stricken by poverty where there are very few resources for education and medical care and very little opportunity for young people from underprivileged families. For example,
Salih Self-Development Center of Aboabo, Kumasi, Ghana The Salih Self-Development Center of Aboabo, Kumasi, Ghana seeks to distribute resources to meet community health needs especially in combatting malaria and diabetes and will provide disadvantaged and orphaned children with health education and vocational training. As a 501c3 nonprofit corporation, the Salih Self-Development Center plans to be established in the Aboabo district of Kumasi, Ghana with
by Shannon Cottongame LAKELANDER STAFF Source: http://lakelander.com/hill-college-basketball-player-helps-africa-p3712-1.htm HILLSBORO – When Ibrahim Salih came to America from a poverty-stricken village in Ghana, he was determined to make a difference in his own life and in the lives of others. In his three short years on American soil, he has proven time and again that youth and disadvantage do not have to be obstacles to success.