In a world where all our energy is generated by the interaction of advanced technology and the forces of nature – for decades this sounded like a utopian dream straight out of a science fiction novel. However in the year 2020, this will no longer be a fantasy, but the model of the future, with which we will do good for our planet and our progress.
In the occasion of the Easter holidays we at fairafric would like to address a very special topic: The development of the Ghanaian comedy scene and its probably most important event: The Easter Comedy Show. Especially on holy days like Easter, there are culture-dependent traditions and rituals. In Ghana, for example, the topic of comedy has a very high significance in the Easter period. An even higher one, than it already has in general. So this is an opportunity to take a closer look at the current state of this industry, which is so popular in Ghana.
Due to given circumstances we, the German fairafric team, have made the decision to work from home until further notice. In view of the current development of the Corona pandemic, we see the necessity to take this step. We want to make our contribution to keep the curve (of the infection rate) as flat as possible (#flattenthecurve).
The myth that chocolate makes you happy still exists. However, it’s not just the bar that makes you happy, as it turns out on detailed observation.
Ghana boasts an abundance of vibrant talents who prove that they make a name for themselves by exhibiting their many rare talents and gifts.
When you buy your favorite fairafric chocolate, most of you might not really think about how it originated from a cocoa blossom to a finished chocolate bar. However, it’s worth it, because it’s a process full of surprises – and unexpected helpers.