New classroom for the Wenamda Basic School

In March of 2023 Help Ghana was contacted by the Blessed Pan-African Youth for Rural Development (BPAYRD), a Ghanaian/American NGO, helping the less privileged people in Ghana. They requested our help with the renovation of a wooden pavilion at the Wenamda D/A Basic School in the Ashanti Region. At this moment the children have to […]

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The St. Stephens Primary School has 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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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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New building for the Provident God school Yefri Tankor

During our visit to the Provident God School in Yefri Tankor, we see the construction of a new building¬† for the 160 at the school, financially supported by Help Ghana. 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 […]

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New classrooms in Akuma

The school in Akuma has now been completed and opened. The primary school Nana Adonteng Poku from the village of Akuma is located 7 km south of Nkoranza in the Brong Ahafo Region in central Ghana. Akuma was mainly inhabited by cocoa farmers until in 1982 most of the farms were destroyed by large fires, […]

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New school in Anomatoa

The village of Anomatoa is located 30 kilometers from Techiman in the Brong Ahofo Region. Anomatoa was founded in 1960 by migrants from the Dagaaba tribe from northwestern Ghana because it was a good hunting ground for birds. The village now lives from agriculture and is growing rapidly. The approximately one thousand inhabitants, one third […]

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Nsawam Orthopedic Training Centre

The Orthopedic Training Centre in Nsawam is one of our oldest relationships in Ghana. The center where students are trained to make orthopedic aids was founded in 1961 by a Dutch priest. It has its own workshop and meets a huge need. It is still the only one of its kind in the English speaking […]

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New classrooms in Nkwabeng

The building of the Dayak Memorial school in Nkwabeng was officially opened on November 17, 2016. The ceremony was impressive. Besides the children, all the parents, the chief, and the elders were present on this occasion. The school is painted in beautiful, bright colors and the management received compliments from all sides. All classes had […]

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Sampa Great Light Academy

Sampa New Town is located in the Brong Ahafo Region. The inhabitants of the village are mainly small farmers who grow food crops and cashew nuts. Some also have a small business. Most of them are very low-skilled and unemployed, making it difficult to make ends meet. As a result, some young women in Ivory […]

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