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Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma nhwehwɛmu
abakɔsɛm agyapadeɛ Dwumadie

Yɛma wo akwaaba ba Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɛm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm (Archaeological) Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie, adesua ɛfa Kristiɛnbɔk abankɛseɛm a ɛyɛ Ghana agyapadeɛ a ɛsombo no mu baako ho. Mfeɛ atwam yi, Kristiɛnbɔk abankɛseɛm ayɛ dwumason ahodoɔ. Na ɛyɛ adekoradan wɔ mmerɛ a wɔtwaa Atlantik po no, nnipa a wɔfa wɔn yɛn nkoa dwadie mu no. ɛsan so bɛyɛɛ atenaeɛ maa Engiresi aban a ɔdii ɔmanGhana soɔ. Nnaano yi a nso na Ghana amanpaninfoɔ di wɔn nnwuma firi hɔ.

ɛnnɛ yi, ‘Abankɛseɛm’, sɛneɛ temanmufoɔ frɛ no no, ka ‘UNESCO’ wiase agyapadeɛ
ahodoɔ no ho.

Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie no yɛ dwumadie a ɛgyina mpɔtam mu so. ɛfiri afe mpem mmienu ne dunan (2014) no mu, ekuo a ɛyɛ Ghana nhwehwɛmufoɔ a ɛbi yɛ Osu mpɔtam mma, abinfoɔ ne asukuufoɔ asua nnoɔma pii a ɛfa Abankɛseɛm no abakɔsɛm ho, titire ne wɔn a wotenaa hɔ ne wɔn a wɔyɛɛ adwuma wɔ hɔ.

Hunu nnoɔma pii a ɛfa Kristiɛnbɔk tete fɔm nnoɔma Nhwehwɛmu Abakɔsɛm Agyapadeɛ Dwumadie ho abrɛ a wosra Ntontan keseɛ yi so

Bue Dwumadie, Nhwehwɛmu, ne Kaseɛbɔ, ɛhɔ na wobɛhunu yɛn nkɔsoɔ wɔ yen dwumadie mu ne yɛn ayɔsɛn.

Kenkan yen mmoa a yedeboa mpɔtam ne nwomasua abrɛ a wosra yen Mpɔtam Dwumadie

Wobɛtumi nso asua nnoɔma pii afa nnipa ne nnwumakuo a woboa yɛn dwumadie abrɛ a wosra yɛn Aboafoɔ

Afei, deɛ ɛtwa toɔ, ɛne yɛn nni Nsawɔsoɔ sɛ wopɛsɛ wosua nnoɔma pii, anaasɛ wobɛka yɛnho di dwuma anaasɛ woboa yɛn wɔ yɛn dwumadie yi mu.


ɔbenfo Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann

Express News Ghana – CAHP Excavation Stands to Boost Ghana’s Tourism – Prof. Engmann

The Director of Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project (CAHP), Professor Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann explains that the excavation of archeological artifacts over the last nine years at Osu castle can benefit tourism in the area. The government initiative to convert the castle to a museum would attract tourists. It would be a vibrant resource to showcase the historical journey of Ghana with the Danish, the Europeans and the British during the pre and the post-slavery periods. Professor Engmann stated that [...]

Republic Online – CAHP initiative creating employment and promoting education in Osu

With support from the Osu community, CAHP is breaking down barriers in the areas of archeology and education. The project is also serving as a source of employment for the youth. Presently more than 30 community members are employed. The project is unearthing the history of the Danish Transatlantic Slave Trade, British Colonialism, and post-independence Ghana at Osu Castle. Over nine years over 180,000 artifacts have been unearthed. A library has been established. Its purpose is to  help children [...]

Express News Ghana – We Must Preserve Our Culture Heritage – Prof Ama Engmann

The Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project (CAHP) is engaged in a project to paint the walls of Osu castle with depictions of Ghanaian history and culture. 10 ancestral homes have so far been selected. The paintings depict warriors, scholars, physicians, steel workers, fishermen and fishmongers, food vendors, and tailors, and others. Prof. Engmann stated that preserving the cultural heritage of the country was an essential cultural base that can enhance the cohesion of the nation. It will boost tourism and [...]

Republic Online – Prof. Engmann – An incredible 180,000 artifacts discovered at Osu castle

Director of the Christiansborg Archeological Heritage Project, Professor Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann stated that so far 180,000 artifacts had been unearthed at Osu castle. She called on the government to speed up the conversion of the castle into a museum. This will boost tourism and help to portray the rich history of the area. Professor Engmann was speaking after a tour of a new community based project to decorate the walls with paintings. The murals portray the history of [...]

CAHP featured in Ghana News Agency – promoting tourism through art paintings at Osu castle

The Christiansburg Archaeological Heritage Project (CAHP) is promoting tourism by documenting the history of the castle. They are painting murals on the surrounding walls and this is promoting tourism which helps the local community. They include the stories of the historian Randoph and Victor Nanka-Bruce, a famous physician, politician and journalist from the area. The same project has established a library. This provides local children with tools to develop art skills and other learning. "This year we decided to [...]

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French Embassy Ghana
Wenner-Gren Foundation
Joukowsky Family Foundation
The British High Commission Accra
Danish Maritime Museum
Danish National Archives
The British National Archives
The Whiting Foundation
Rapaport Foundation
Egality Law Ghana
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