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 ”I never knew your work could push us to this level. You brought a great change to Kopeyia Bloomfield Basic School. We miss you so much and people keep asking me when is your next visit. We need you back for our brighter future. We pray that you get more sponsors to assist you to come back and continue from where we have gotten.” Emmanuel Agbeli, Chairman of the School Management Committee.

"Give to Grow is one of the best examples I've seen of how technology can bring creativity and education together. Milica has done a fabulous job in Kopeyia, and we'd like to see it grow to become a worldwide program.’  Joel Chadabe, President, Electronic Music Foundation

“We don’t even know how to express our gratitude. It is our  prayer that you continue to visit us.” Evans Garr, Headmaster, Kopeyia Bloomfield Basic School

We are:
Milica Paranosic, Founder, President
Joel Chadabe, EMF president,
G2G Adviser
Electronic Music Foundation, Fiscal Sponsor
Eric Somers, G2G Adviser
Lauri Galbreath,
Project Development Consultant
Emmanuel Zagbede, IT consultant, Ghana

Bob Dawuni,
Artistic and Development Consultant, Ghana


Electronic Music Foundation, Give to Grow Fiscal Sponsor

Electronic Music Foundation, a New York-based not-for-profit arts organization, produces concerts, festivals, and other events in New York City and elsewhere, provides services for artists, and maintains a worldwide network of EMF Subscribers through which we circulate information, distribute materials, and collaborate with colleagues on international projects

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The Sandbook StudioGive to Grow phase two Sponsor, summer 2009
The Sandbook Studio is a digital media design and production service centered around the creative and technical work of Eric Somers, a media artist for over 40 years.

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Power Of Muze, Partner, Special events
Power Of Muze
conducts music-related activities in order to promote human security under the theme of “the Power of Muze.” The concept of muze originates in Greek mythology. Muse, goddesses or spirits, was considered to be the source of inspiration and knowledge for such artistic forms as music, poetry and literature. Through “Power of Muze”, we promote the public awareness of human security and call the general public for more active participation in the global efforts to achieve “human security for all.”

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Milica Paranosic 

A native of Belgrade, Serbia, Milica Paranosic moved to New York in 1994 to pursue her career. She earned her Master of Music degree at the Juilliard School in 1995 and has been teaching music technology ever since her graduation.

Recipient of many honors and awards, she lives in New York City as an active composer, performing artist, producer and educator.

A humanitarian by nature, Milica feels a moral obligation to share her skills with those less privileged.

Milica strongly believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity. In this digital age where technology is easily and readily available to some, those who are economically disadvantaged have no access to it. For this reason alone, they may never have the opportunity to explore their full potential, share and preserve their cultural heritage and experience success in the world of music and art.

Please bring Madam Milica back to us. We miss her. -  Mensah Prosper, Faculty
She showed me how to use the computer - Kofi Agbeli, Class 1B
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