Located in Volta Region of Ghana, West Africa, the Kweku Andoh Sustainability Institute (KASI) is named in honor of world-renowned Ghanaian ethnobotanist, Dr. A. Kweku Andoh. KASI is a marriage between an eco-resort and a research/training institute which highlights instruction in sustainable and renewable eco-holistic practices from an indigenous African perspective.
Diverse renewable & sustainable solutions by returning to nature, the original classroom
Science, Tradition, Environment, Agriculture, and Mathematics through a Pan-African cultural lens
Using SANKOFA to facilitate multi-generational repair from the negative effects of the Trans-Atlantic/Arab Slave Trade and Colonialism
By experiencing serenity in a natural environment as a reset to better balance life and replenish to a state of wholeness
Learn the functions and uses of indigenous medicinal and culinary herbs as a primary health option
Learn the many uses of this naturally renewable resource from food, fuel, fiber, and industrial applications
Learn to harness water for energy use and irrigation to ensure responsible conservation of our most precious resource
Learn indigenous building techniques using earth materials for beauty, functionality, and sustainability
Learn to harness the sun for a clean energy to lower reliance on fossil fuels and other non-renewable resources.
Learn modern and traditional plant-based cooking methods that price optimize health and wellness
Learn organic farming techniques that cultivate healthy living, self-sufficiency and food sovereignty.
Specialized courses designed to maximize interest and impact utilizing KASI as a training and networking space