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We are currently fundraising to build a wall around the school compound to protect the children from dangerous snakes.

“This woman showed a sense of responsibility before she was appointed the queen mother and that is why she has been given this honour.”
Chief of Cape Coast, Nana Kofi Atta II

“They have done so much by building us bathrooms and schools.”
Okyeame of Akoanso Villlage

“She decided to come to Akoanso yearly and any time she came to Ghana, Akoanso was the first place she visits. Most of you have usually heard she’d come to Akoanso, which proves she loves the people of Akuanso very much.”
Philomena, Akoanso Village

“When something like this happens, it calls for happiness in this town.”
Resident of Akoanso Village

“I would like to offer my sincerest thanks to you for your thought provoking and inspirational talk. I was truly touched by your history of how you connected with your father and his country and village which is now of course your own.”
Jenny Brathwaite, Chair of the Labour Party's Ethnic Minority Forum for Streatham

Development and Connecting Communities

Born to a Ghanaian father and English mother Esuantsiwa Jane was brought up by her mother and step-father in a white working class family in the 1950’s.

When Esuantsiwa Jane traced her African roots in the 1970’s she was reunited with her father and Ghanaian family and astonished to discover she was Queen Mother of Development CelebrationsGhanaian Royalty, Princess of her home Village.

Jane has built a relationship and supported her Village through community development projects, bringing together her British and Ghanaian family.

Image: Queen Mother of Development Celebrations

Children of the village

Image: Students of the Akoanso Village School

Together they have raised money and built much needed infrastructure like schools and public bathrooms for the Village.

In 2009 Esuantsiwa Jane was invited to become the Queen Mother of Development for the Akoanso Village and was crowned in an emotional and exhilarating ceremony.


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