Asaasiam Vision International is a national non-governmental organization in Ghana. We are committed to implementing effective community intervention projects and programs in deprived communities in Ghana. We use innovative approaches and local contents to address issues affecting disabled persons, impoverished youth and vulnerable women in Ghana. We are very passionate about the education of disabled and impoverished youth, stray children, and school dropouts. We endeavor to enhance the life of all persons living in deprived communities in Ghana through education, vocational and technical skills training in income generating activity as well as access to information and communications technology. We also address communities most pressing needs. Since establishment, Asaasiam Vision International has supported over 2500 impoverished and disabled youth and over 1000 women in Ghana. We believe in Service to the poor and most vulnerable in deprived communities


Goal

Our goal is to alleviate poverty among vulnerable women and illiteracy among impoverished youth and disable persons who live in deprived communities.


Vision

Our vision is to make the world a better place for all.

Mission

  • Implement effective community intervention projects and programs in deprived communities in Ghana.
  • Empower vulnerable women through income generating activities, skills training and support.
  • Empower impoverished and disabled youth through education, vocational and technical skills training
  • Find solutions to community most pressing problems.
  • Enhance impoverished and disable youth knowledge and access to information and communications technology.

Our Beliefs

We believe that the solution to every problem is in the problem itself, therefore, we are the solution to our societal problems.


Our Achievements

Asaasiam Vision International is located in Ghana, at Kawkaw in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Asaasiam Vision International was named after the late Mr. Asare Joseph, Maame Georgina Kissiwah, and Opanin Asiamah for their great contributions in transforming the lives of many destitute people in Ghana.

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Since its establishment, Asaasiam projects and programs has benefited over 3000 impoverished youth, disabled persons, and vulnerable women who live in deprived communities in Ghana. Also, 25 deprived communities have benefited from our programs. Additionally, 2500 students and youth living deprived communities receives continued support in various forms such as: School enrollment, provision of education and learning Materials, and financial support. Also, two farmer based associations and other women groups have benefited from our work.