Royal Academy in Okorase

The Royal Academy School in Okorase near Koforidua applied for assistance in constructing three new classrooms on their premises. A total of 370 children currently populate the seven year old school. The construction which took approximately 40,000,00 GHC, has been completed in October 2021. It was also the last construction project for the Help Ghana […]

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Orthopaedic assistance through OTC in Nsawam

After the previous activities in collaboration with Lakeside Disabled in Dambai (VR, see completed projects) and the Orthopedic Training Center in Nsawam (see completed projects), funds have been made available to support individual young people through an operation. These will be performed by Dutch surgeons who regularly visit Ghana. In 2019, our contact person Esther […]

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Medical Equipment for Obuasi’s S.D.A. Hospital

Thanks to the proceeds of the flea market at Mill Hill College in Goirle in 2019, sufficient funds became available to support the hospital of Doctor Kodwo Safo in Obuasi. At the beginning of 2019, Dr. Safo had already submitted an application for medical equipment that is not available in Ghana. This is provided by […]

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COVID-19 Public Health Education in Rural Ghana

Through the foundation of our contact person Emmanuel Nkrumah in the region around Koforidua, the initiative arose to assist the surrounding rural communities in the preventive measures related to the virus. In Ghana, too, rules regarding distance and personal protection applied, and the schools were closed. At the request of the Compassion for Humanity Foundation, […]

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New Classrooms in Old Asuoyaa

Construction on the Presbyterian School started in January 2019 and has now been completed due to the enormous efforts of the local population. An exemplary project due to the drive to provide continuity in education for the youngest children from four to six years old, who previously stayed away due to leaks and the danger […]

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Compassion for kids-school classrooms and Isolationroom completed

In Adawso in Eastern Ghana, where more than 4,000 people live, mostly small farmers, children aged 2 to 16 who previously sat at home or roamed the streets are given the opportunity to attend the Compassion for kids school. This means that they acquire knowledge, are stimulated in creativity, and learn social skills. They receive […]

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Renovatie en uitbreiding Good Life International School in Suhum

Op de weg van Nkawkaw naar Accra ligt de gemeente Suhum-West met daarin een kleine gemeenschap genaamd Asantewaa Old Spot (Akorase), voornamelijk bewoond door kleinschalige boeren. Er is weinig infrastructuur en er zijn veel arme mensen waarvan sommigen het schoolgeld zelfs niet kunnen betalen (25 GHC per jaar, waarvoor ze ook nog ‘s middags lunch […]

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Reisverslag van Lenneke Tielemans

Voor het eerst in Ghana Het zweet druppelt langs mijn gezicht, ik kijk uit het raam, de auto schudt heen en weer door de kuilen in de weg. Buiten zie ik mensen, veel vrouwen met schalen op hun hoofd vol bananen, water, nootjes en nog veel meer. Zelfs meisjes, kinderen nog, met al die kilo’s […]

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New building for the Provident God school Yefri Tankor

We also visited the Provident God School in Yefri Tankor. It is a school for 160 children where hard work created a new building. Rose Murphy Konadu, the headmistress welcomes us. She proudly explains how the community has contributed well with water, bags of cement and accommodation for the workmen. One parents even bought extra […]

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Orthopedische hulpmiddelen voor gehandicapten in Dambai e.o.

In het Krachi East District van de Volta Regio werd in 2010 een vereniging voor gehandicapten opgericht, eerst voor individuele leden, maar later sloten zich steeds meer zelfhulpgroepen en organisaties voor gehandicapten aan. Inmiddels werkt de Lakeside Cross met 18 groepen van onder meer lichamelijk gehandicapten en blindenorganisaties. Doel is deze zelfhulpgroepen op te leiden […]

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