The initial aim of the project was to empower Youth with the 21st century skills in African local communities through non-formal education, to promote European and international understanding through the Erasmus+ programme and to foster the development of collaboration among Institutions. In the framework of the project, the volunteers achieved 2 sports milestones aiming at raising awareness about WE AfriHug and motivating people to overcome their limits. Lastly, they collected data during the trip, and they conducted a Research and a Master Thesis, entitled as “Academic mobility: Traveling abroad for educational purposes. Case study: WE AfriHug Project in Ghana”. This edition was funded by online and offline crowdfunding campaigns, donations, sponsorships and an international award.
- Youth Empowerment through non-formal education for the development of “Skills needed for the 21st century”.
- Erasmus+ Programme promotion.
- Sports milestones.
- Academic research and Master thesis: “Academic mobility: Traveling abroad for educational purposes. Case study: WE AfriHug Project in Ghana”.