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CEANA 2021 Convention Communique

The Council of Ewe Associations of North America (CEANA) held its 28th Annual Convention from September 2nd to September 5th, 2021, virtually for the second time under the theme: “Move

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CEANA donates three classroom blocks and offices to residents of Dawou in Togo

The Council of Ewe Associations of North America Inc., CEANA has presented three school classroom blocks and offices to the chiefs and people of Dawou in Togo. The presentation was

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Council of Ewe Nurses in North America donates to Dzodze Ghana Mission Clinic

Council Of Ewe Nurses in North America have donated some medical equipments and medics to the Dzodze Ghana Mission Clinic. The donation, done on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, and on

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CEANA Convention Goes Virtual in 2021

In consideration of its patrons, attendees, and its general membership, the Council of Ewe Associations Of North America (CEANA) has decided to host the 2021 Convention virtual again this year.

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Council Of Ewe Associations Of North America 2020 Communique

With the ravages of COVID-19 raging in some countries, especially the United States, the Council Of Ewe Associations Of North America (CEANA) took to what has become a new way

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CEANA supports nine communities in Volta with PPE

The Council of Ewe Associations of North America (CEANA), has presented hundreds of reusable nosemasks to nine communities in the Volta Region, in support of the fight against the coronavirus.

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CEANA Donates To Harlem Hospital Center

The Christian Journal, Harlem, NY: The Council of Ewe Associations of North America Inc. (CEANA) presented a cash donation of $1000 to Harlem Hospital Center in Harlem, New York to

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2019 CEANA Convention Communique

The Council of Ewe Associations of North America (CEANA) held its 26th Annual Convention from August 30th to September 1st, 2019, at the Crowne Plaza Executive Park Hotel in Charlotte,

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Amoussoukope Clinic Complex

The Amoussoukope Health Center built in 1949 had become dilapidated and abandoned. The complex of buildings, including an uncompleted structure was adopted by CEANA for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation works included completion