The Ewe Association of Georgia has been a viable organization promoting Ewe community development. The association is entering its 20th year and has undergone numerous positive changes to embrace the new millennium since its formation.
The death in Ghana in early 1993 of the mother of Sammy Kuma, served as a catalyst for the formation of the Ewe Association of Georgia, Inc. The Ewe community in Atlanta, until then unorganized, decided to form an organization that, inter alia, will help to support members in such circumstances.
The acronym CEANA stands for the Council of the Ewe Association of North America. The idea of linking Ewes in the Volta Region, Togo, and Benin started with few individuals who in 1993 in Washington DC under the banner of the Volta Club of Washington DC. The despair of these individuals was that Volta Region did not have the mineral resources as the other regions of Ghana thereby, leaving several young, and older adults unemployed. The solution?….