2023 Community Outreach Programs in Ghana
Thank you for being here. I implore you to continue reading to learn more about this initiative and also to see how you could help us.
While growing up in Ghana, I attended a government-owned middle school and my experience there was quite disheartening. I remember having to sit on the floor to study because my desk got broken and all the other desks were occupied. We were 60 in the classroom and it was always full to the brim. During heavy rains, the roof always leaked. Our books got wet and we were sometimes drenched in rain. Teaching or learning during these times was always very difficult.
Today, this continues to be the reality of many government schools. The government does not have enough money to help to fix all of these issues in all the schools. Shall we continue to wait on them?
In 2022, we refurbished the roof of Kaneshie 1 JHS which will last for the next 40 years. The refurbished roofing will facilitate and promote teaching and learning for all children in a conducive and safe environment.
In 2023, we are doubling our efforts and organizing separate community outreach programs to assist in the refurbishment of 2 more schools in addition to providing much needed educational resources to targeted schools in low income communities.
With whatever we raise, we will be embarking on these specific initiatives:
1. Roof refurbishment of Kaneshie 3 Primary and JHS school whose dilapidated classroom block could collapse at any point in time currently houses 60 young children.
2. Support Ejisu Presbyterian Kindergarten School block renovation
3. Provide school supplies to five targeted schools in Kasoa and Nima communities.
How can you help us?
Please consider donating to this initiative. Also, consider sharing this campaign with your friends who could be of help.
Please also reach out to us if you would like to volunteer to embark on this initiative.
Community Outreach Director.