Why is rhyme such an enduring part of children’s literature? Canadian-Ghanaian writer Adwoa Badoe helps to explain its appeal
Featured Posts and Projects
After a successful fundraising campaign, John and Charles Agbaje are getting to work on a pilot episode of their African sci-fi saga.
Mmofra’s bloggers showcase brilliant stuff from or inspired by Africa. Stories, poems, art, animation, games and more.
Our sustainable, child-focused park project is coming to life! This small plot in Accra can become a revolutionary urban space, with your help.
Our free club meets in a natural environment and exposes children of all backgrounds to excellence in Ghanaian, African and world cultures.
We educate children through our archive of unique photographs which tell a visual story of modern Ghana.