Playing sports as part of the curriculum

At the Compassionate Kids School in Adawso, Eastern Region, the educational approach is uniquely holistic, guided by the Triple H principle: nurturing the Head, Hands, and Heart. This philosophy underscores the importance of a balanced education, extending beyond traditional classroom learning to include outdoor activities, vital for the overall development of children. The school had […]

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Educational materials and furniture for the Titagya Schools in Northern Ghana

The Help Ghana Foundation received a compelling request from a fundraising officer seeking support for the Titagya Schools in Northern Ghana. This region grapples with economic challenges, characterized by elevated poverty rates and inadequate infrastructure, particularly when compared to the southern parts of the country. Relying heavily on subsistence agriculture, the local economy faces the […]

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A wood workshop for the Abosamso Technical Institute

Similar to numerous other Technical Schools in Ghana, the Abosamso Technical Institute has witnessed a surge in student enrollment. This institution provides courses in diverse fields such as electrical engineering, building construction, fashion design, catering and hospitality management, and wood construction. For the aspiring carpenters in the wood construction program, the school aspired to establish […]

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From a wooden pavillion to proper classrooms

The Headmaster of Jeduako Methodist Junior High School in the Ashanti region, Brobbey Daniel, reached out to us for assistance. He provided us with a photograph of a building containing three classrooms. Construction on this building commenced in 2012, with initial funding from the government. Unfortunately, the allocated budget proved insufficient to complete the construction […]

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The St. Stephens Primary School needs a new roof

We received an urgent message from Mrs. Kusiwaa Khadijah, the Headmistress of the St. Stephen’s R/C Primary School in Bodomase, in the Ashanti Region, stating: “Please it is very urgent since we are entering into raining season in Ghana because the current situation of the classroom building threatening the lives of the teachers and the […]

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Rain destroyed their classrooms

Due to a rainstorm the mud structure used for classes 1 to 3 of the Odormitor Basic School in Nkonya (Oti Region) had collapsed. This means lessons are now conducted under trees, only when it is not raining. In cooperation with the Richard K. Atikpo Foundation and other sponsors, we were able to support building […]

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