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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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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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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Our first microcredit project

It is difficult for many hairdressers and beauticians in the Eastern Region to generate sufficient income. They are therefore often looking for opportunities to earn some extra money. For that reason, the Compassion4Humanity foundation in Adawso has set up a training course where up to 20 women have learned to make liquid soap. They have […]

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Education, even when it rains

The Otareso M/A Basic School in the Eastern Region of Ghana hasasked for our help for the construction of a roof on the two classrooms.At the moment of the request, it was only possible for students to take classes when theweather permitted.With our contribution of GHC 23,250, Mrs. Obuo Anoff Ahwireng, theprincipal of this school, […]

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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 classrooms and isolation room at the Compassionate Kids School

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

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Renovation and extension of the Good Life International School in Suhum

On the road from Nkawkaw to Accra lies the Suhum-West township containing a small community called Asantewaa Old Spot (Akorase), mainly inhabited by smallholder farmers. There is little infrastructure and there are many poor people, some of whom cannot even pay school fees (GHC 25 per year, for which they also receive lunch in the […]

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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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Furniture and books for school in Nkwabeng

In the remote Brong Ahofo Region lies the village of Nkwabeng. In 2014, Help Ghana received an application from the local Dayak Memorial Junior Secondary School to build a block of three classrooms for 40 children each. Our chairman Andrea Smit and secretary Cokky van der Venne were guests of honor at the official opening […]

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