Peter, as far as DadaMac's development is concerned, was the original Changemaker. It was his initiative in Nigeria which drew in our Founder, Pamela McLean, his insight that ICT could make new things possible in disadvantaged areas, and his tragic death that prompted her first visit to Nigeria and her determination that his efforts should not go to waste.
Here is her appreciation of Peter.Read more
A clear exploration of the problems in development as it is currently practiced, from DadaMac's Founder, Pamela McLeanRead more
Planning for DadaMac Day 2013Read more
Dadamac Day is an annual celebration of the Dadamac Community, held in November.Read more
This is Cicely's (VSO volunteer at FF) edited account of the UN Sickle Cell Awareness event which Fantsuam Foundation was instrumental in organising.
"Sickle Cell Anaemia – these are words which most Britons will recognise. In fact I’m sure they would be recognised by most societies that have large population of West Africans. Except perhaps in Kafanchan, or indeed much of rural Nigeria.Read more
In early 2010, Pam described a typical day of her DadaMac activityRead more
Arrangements made for the online version of DadaMac Day 2009Read more
Start here to find the information you need about Dadamac Day on Saturday November 7th 2009.Read more
Arrangements for DadaMac Day 2009Read more
Teachers Talking (TT) is an introduction to ICT (Information and Communication Technology) for teachers in rural Africa. It is an inservice training course which ran for the first time in 2004 at Fantsuam Foundation. It has taken various forms over the years, and has also been presented in Kenya thanks to support from CoL (Commonwealth of Learning).Read more