Reading books for primary school children

Reading lies at the heart of a child’s educational journey, unlocking a world of possibilities and shaping their intellectual growth. In partnership with the Frako Initiative Organization, the Help Ghana Foundation has funded the acquisition of 300 engaging reading books. This initiative seeks to ignite the love for reading among young minds in 10 primary […]

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Improved hygiene at the Compassionate Kids School

During his tour of Ghana, the chairman of the Help Ghana Foundation visited the Compassionate Kids School in Adawso, coinciding with the school’s grand celebration of its 10th anniversary, which was beautifully captured in a video. During this visit, he observed that the school’s restroom facilities required significant refurbishment. Additionally, some classroom furniture needed replacement. […]

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New school furniture urgently needed in Kpong

The Ghanaian government has implemented measures to streamline the enrollment process for students in vocational schools, leading to a notable increase in student applications nationwide. However, this surge in demand has presented a significant challenge for school management, particularly in the procurement of essential equipment and furniture to accommodate the growing number of students. As […]

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New classroom for the Wenamda Basic School

In March 2023, Help Ghana received a request for assistance from the Blessed Pan-African Youth for Rural Development (BPAYRD), a Ghanaian/American NGO dedicated to aiding less privileged individuals in Ghana. Their request pertained to the renovation of a wooden pavilion at the Wenamda D/A Basic School in the Ashanti Region. Currently, the children are studying […]

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Extra school furniture needed to support the large increase of students

Mr. Samuel Akrasi, the Principal of the Offinso Technical Institute has a difficult time running his school since the Ghanaian government has made schooling and boarding free. The number of students has almost tripled. This means he is now looking for funding to be able to equip the classrooms with sufficient tables and chairs. At […]

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The right equipment can save lives

Infant mortality in Ghana is about ten times higher than in the Netherlands (32 deaths per 1,000 births). That is why we were pleased when receiving the request from the Cape Coast University Hospital to furnish an intensive care unit for premature babies with medical equipment and baby cods. In good and intensive consultation between […]

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A safe place to sleep for the girls

The Kumawu Technical Institute provides vocational training for underprivileged young people and has seen an enormous growth in the number of students in the past year. Because many students live far away from the school, many of them also stay overnight. The girls’ dormitory is due for a major makeover, including the woodwork, painting and […]

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People with disabilities earning an income

The Lakeside Disability Rights Advocacy Initiative (Lakeside) is a community based organization in the Oti Region for the empowerment of people with disabilities. In order to raise money for the families of local disabled people, Lakeside wanted to start a communal agricultural project, growing crops for the local market. To prevent problems with water shortages, […]

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Newborn babies getting a good start

The Esther Dankwah Foundation contacted us to let us know that the maternity ward of the Fumso Ketewa CHPS Compound in the Ashanti region, was in desperate need of an upgrade of the maternity ward. There was a lack of equipment to guarantee a healthy childbirth. With a donation of Help Ghana, all equipment could […]

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Reading made easy
Children with the phonic books

Help Ghana received a request from the Frako Initiative organization to support the purchase of phonic books for 16 primary schools in and around Accra. Phonic books are often used in the British education system to enhance the reading skills of children at Kindergarten level.With our donation of GHC 10,000 the organization was able to […]

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