ACCRA, GHANA, FEBRUARY 1, 2019 – IVY PROSPER PUBLISHES SECOND EDITION OF HER BOOK, YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE ON MOVING TO GHANA.
As Ghana’s ‘Year of Return’ is well underway, Ivy Prosper has relaunched her book, Your Essential Guide on Moving to Ghana, in both digital and paperback formats available on Amazon. The book is a basic guide answering some of the questions many returnees from the diaspora have when relocating to Ghana. “Since 2011, I’ve spent a significant amount of time living and working in Ghana. It can be quite daunting to move to an African country where the system is different compared to what you’re accustomed to in other countries. It would have been helpful for me when I made the transition, to have some information out there in one place,” Ivy says. “With several people reaching out to me via social media, phone calls and email, I decided it would be helpful to put together some sort of guide that would answer some of the most common questions I receive.”
Ivy Prosper is a documentary film Producer, Writer, Television Host/Presenter and Public Speaker. She’s passionate about changing the narrative of Africa. “It’s important that we show the positives in countries that are often portrayed in a negative light,” she says. With over a decade of experience working in media, she’s best known in Ghana for her work as Host and Roving Reporter on The Maternal Health Channel Television Series, which aired on TV3 and GTV. She’s also produced episodes of the series, Indigenous, the documentary food show currently airing on DGN. In Canada, she’s known for her red carpet interviews with celebrities for FEVA TV, Canada’s first 24-hour African television station.
The book covers many areas including, culture, employment, and the opportunity to start your own business. This second edition has more information than the first because it includes a resource guide that has helpful information when starting a business, looking for work and trying to source out companies in different industries.
This year, 2019 is a monumental one for Ghana as the country marks the 400 year anniversary of the first documented slave to arrive in the U.S. People in the diaspora are invited to visit, live and invest in Ghana. The launch of Your Essential Guide on Moving to Ghana is timely because it can serve as a resource for all those in the diaspora planning a journey to Ghana.
For more information about Ivy and her work visit her website at www.ivyprosper.com.
Ivy Prosper, Prosper Creative Group
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