I remember, those days, going to HFLA Senior High with the aim of just completing with a good grade which can enable me get employment in any private basic school as a teacher. But after three years of studying there, something has changed. I have come to realize that there is still more to life than just becoming a mere private basic school teacher. HFLA Senior High has helped me to unravel and sharpen the "Human Factor" hidden potentials in me. This has significantly improved upon my academic work and moral thinking; making me dream BIG, pray HARD and PERSEVERE.See Silas' Report Card
In 2016, IIHFD founder Dr. Adjibolosoo shared the idea of the marching brass band for the HFLA kids with Stephen Bothwell, who loves and enjoys brass band music as well as other associated activities.READ MORE
The four student finalists are: Esene Frank-el Anyekum, Bridget Amesimeku, Woedem Fianyenu, and Joshua Mensah (Missing from photo) The National Hard Spell and Quiz Contest in Ghana is an initiative to encourage reading and spelling that will see pupils trained and armed with apt knowledge of given subjects and books. Four Students of the Human […]
After formally registering the International Institute for Human Factor Development (IIHFD) in Vancouver in 1992 as an International Academic Research Group, IIHFD leadership established the Human Factor Leadership Academy (HFLA) Community Library in Akatsi, in the Volta Region of Ghana, as a community-based after school program for children in the summer of 2005.
The great success we experienced through the Tutorial Service Program (TSP) made us aware that we needed to expand our tutoring/after school program into a more formalized educational setting. On January 7, 2010 we transformed our library/TSP into the Human Factor Leadership Academy (HFLA) elementary school. Fifty-six 4- and 5-year-old boys and girls were enrolled. Each received a uniform, thanks to the efforts of Hunter Jenkins, son of Jason Jenkins, Dr. Adjibolosoo’s former MBA student.