Kenneth -Nana Amoateng

Nana Ken Society's work in Ghana started in the early part of 1998. It all began with a drive to promote the livelihood of young people and children in the Tema Metropolis. This drive then gave birth to the Abibimman Foundation in partnership with his friend who also had the same vision.

Kenneth Nana Amoateng strongly believes in volunteerism as a way to help society implement change. He is enthusiastic about creating a global community of young people who are ready to work professionally and passionately to solve sustainable development challenges all over the world. He has extensive experience working with a wide range of school children, youth, university students’ movements and local communities on conservation issues. His volunteer work has included teaching orphans in a children’s home, organizing and coordinating youth events, joining young people in tree planting, clean ups and demonstrations, talking to media, and blogging, among many others.


Abibimman Foundation is a Non-Profit Oriented, Non-Partisan, Non-Governmental Organisation (RGD G 5,895, DSW 2525) established in 2000 in Tema. It has dedicated itself to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods, peace, and development. The essential thrust of Abibimman Foundation is to enhance livelihoods in peaceful and developed environment through Cultural, Formal and Non-Formal Education, Civic and Health Education, Human Right and Environmental Protection, and General Activities.