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In every capital around the world, expatriates tend to get together, whether for networking, socializing, comfort, shared interests or agendas, leisure or business. Are you aware of all expatriates groups, associations and clubs existing in Ghana?
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Ghana Indian Malayalee Association

Malayali Association
Year created:          2013
No of members:      500+
Contact name:        Biju Joseph
Contact number:     +233 245 698 864
Email:                    ghanamalayali@gmail.com

Objectives of the Ghana Indian Malayalee Association (GIMA)

GIMA is a non-religious, non-political and non-profitable community organization which provides friendship and fellowship among malayalees (People from Southern INDIAN STATE "KERALA", Speaks and understand the LANGUAGE "MALAYALAM) nationwide while providing several platforms under its umbrella for Cultural & Traditional , empowerment, service, support and charity.

Objectives of the Ghana Indian Malayalee Association in detail.

To provide a common meeting point for interested Malayalees all over Ghana to open up new possibilities for their social growth and better understanding by extract their inherited rich culture and economic, political and social values.

To facilitate a dynamic link between the Malayalee experience, expertise and entrepreneurship in the developing business and professional skill of the Malayalee Community in Ghana, and in the Kerala State.

To seek out and recognize Malayalee Talents, Skills and Intelligence and mobilize them for the enhancement of career development To organize an global network of Malayalees of different age groups to constantly communicate, share and update their knowledge base.

To create a cultural awakening in the Malayalee Diaspora. 

Our community size in Ghana is above 500.

Contact us and visit our webpage.

Note from the Editor: see on Facebook the Indians in Ghana group with 3000+ members and the Indian Community in Ghana group with 3400 members (as of March 2017).

See the
India in Ghana (High Commission of India, Accra) page as well. 

Disclaimer: The information listed is from third parties, has not been verified and does not engage the responsibility of the website.

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