Award winning Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah made her first onscreen appearance on the popular Ghanaian TV series ‘Things We Do for Love’ in 2001. Jackie  became an instant hit, the whole nation was smitten with her sweet and adorable character..

She has since starred in over 50 Ghanaian and Nigerian movies. Jackie has received several awards and nominations, including the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 Africa Movie Academy Awards…


Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah is a Humanitarian and an avid advocate for protection against HIV/AIDs in Africa.


Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah.

Award winning Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah is a year older today. Join African Celebs in wishing her an awesome birthday! Wishing Jackie more Success, Happiness and Good Health.

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Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done~ proverbs 19 17”

Did you know Jackie Appiah celebrates her birthday every year by giving back to the community!?

Jackie Appiah celebrated her birthday  with the kids of “Safe Haven Foster Home. The talented gorgeous took to her social media platform to share the amazing photos (original video)  Looking at the joy on the all the kids faces, we know for God will continue to bless this kind hearted selfless award winning actress.

On 5th, December 2016 Jackie Appiah spent her birthday with the kids of Safe Haven Foster Home
On 5th, December 2016 Jackie Appiah spent her birthday with the kids of Safe Haven Foster Home

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Such an inspiration! We hope other celebs will follow Jackie’s footsteps. Keep up the good work! 

All Credit To Jackie Appiah


southwest-airlinesAviation isn’t known as the most eco-friendly industry. Carbon emissions aside, running an airline produces an incredible amount of waste. Everything from uneaten food to outdated uniforms is potential landfill fodder.

Southwest Airlines, for one, has decided to do something about it. After a large-scale redesign of many of its 737 aircraft, the carrier found itself with an excess of 80,000 leather seat covers — enough to fill the Empire State Building.

“We had this idea of ‘could we do something with this leather beyond recycling it or shredding it? Could we repurpose it?'” says Marilee McInnis, the airline’s senior manager of culture and communications.

Southwest dubbed the initiative “Luv Seat: Repurpose with Purpose,” and reached out to potential partners to take the used leather, but found that there were few takers.

“It’s awesome to have a great idea, but you have to have support for those — quote-unquote — great ideas. I worked with our green team for nine months to find a use for the leather. It’s actually much harder than you think it would be,” says McInnis.

Following the advice of Bill Tiffany, a Southwest VP who grew up in Kenya, the airline started looking towards Africa for recipients of the used leather. Rather than just donating the goods and leaving it there, the airline decided to take a more holistic approach, giving the materials to NGOs that will use them to provide job training and health education.

The main partner is SOS Children’s Villages Kenya, which is providing paid apprenticeships and training to orphaned youth, who in turn make shoes and soccer balls from the leather. The shoes are given to Maasai Treads, who distributes them as part of a campaign to fight debilitating foot parasites. The soccer balls are donated to Alive & Kicking, a charity that uses sport to educate young people on HIV/AIDS and malaria prevention. CNN