Transitional living program for marginalized ghanaian young adults (18-22 years) in the diaspora

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English 
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2018 
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This dissertation addresses the best way to systematically prevent risky behavior of marginalized Ghanaian young adults (18-22 years) and provides the necessary tools of information through a program intervention model to help young adults achieve their full potential. The study examined the process and implications of their marginalization and explored the potential for implementing a transitional living program for Ghanaian young adults (18-22 years) by Prayer Watch Temple Ministries Int’l Inc., Bronx, New York. Interviews, questionnaires, fieldwork, and face-to-face interactions were found to be effective strategies of findings in assessing the level of marginalization. From the results of the study, it was felt that the logic models and measurable outcomes will provide opportunities and supports that will help young adults gain the competencies and knowledge needed to make a successful, as well as productive transition to self-sufficient living.
This project, through its Model for New Wave Care and curriculum design program, will contribute not only to the overall transformation of delinquent behavior of young adults, but educate the Ghanaian immigrant community and the church on how desired outcomes for transition to adulthood programs could reclaim our lost heritage and preserve a future generation for a lasting legacy. 
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