Ghana has for the fourth year running, participated in the prestigious Harvard University National Model United Nations (HNMUN) Conference in Boston, USA. The conference was organized by the Harvard University, The Resolution Project and The Resolution Social Venture Challenge. Ghana’s delegation, led by the Executive Director of Life-Link Friendship Schools Ghana, Mr. Ernest Gyimah-Danquah included 12 students drawn from 4 tertiary institutions; the University of Ghana, University of Mines and Technology, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and the Ghana Institute of Journalism. They were selected to represent Ghana after emerging winners in a local contest held in Accra last year under the auspices of Life-Link Friendship Schools Ghana. The student delegation constituted themselves into two project teams; Team Eureka, represented by Kobby Afari-Yeboah, Harriet Adare and Hilary Adare, worked on a social venture aimed at creating awareness and promoting advocacy on child dyslexia and professed supports for the funding and training of identified dyslexics in underprivileged schools in Ghana. Team “Explore a New Language” on the other hand, led by Rejoice Dufie explored an initiative of an Edukidz Language Center. The project aims at promoting language education in the lives of children especially orphans. Ghana’s delegation won four awards at the end of the highly competitive engagement moderated by some renowned University Professors and UN Experts. Executive Director of Life-Link Friendship Schools Ghana, Mr Ernest Gyimah-Danquah told newsmen the five-day event offered a critical thinking platform for participating students. “It has always been the critical learning curve for our students who are determined to do things differently to bring change to their societies and environments using workable and sustainable approaches”, he said.