Ghana Week in Washington DC is a vibrant celebration of Ghanaian culture, history, and diplomacy. This annual event showcases the rich traditions of Ghana through a series of activities, including art exhibitions, music and dance performances, fashion shows, and culinary delight.
Additionally, Ghana Week often features discussions on bilateral relations and trade opportunities, reinforcing the strong ties between Ghana and the United States. This cultural exchange fosters mutual understanding and strengthens diplomatic bonds, making it a significant event for both nations.
The much-anticipated Ghana Week DC commenced in style at the Public Welfare building in Washington, DC, bringing forth a myriad of esteemed speakers and an Art Exhibition.
The event’s inauguration featured influential speakers, including Paxton Baker of Liquid Soul DC; Angie Gates of Events DC; and Richard Michaels from the US State Department. These speakers shared their insights emphasizing the cultural exchange and business opportunities between Ghana and the United States of America.
Speaking at the event, Akwasi Agyeman, CEO of Ghana Tourism Authority, shed light on Ghana’s vibrant tourism industry emphasizing that the Ghana Week in DC event serves as a platform to further promote mutual understanding and foster trade and tourism for both nations.
Overall, Ghana Week DC was a groundbreaking event – highlighting the cultural, economic, and diplomatic ties between Ghana and the United States where Barjul Travel represented as a member of the tour operators union of Ghana to showcase Ghana’s tourism and hospitality to the world.