About Us

Asaasiam Vision International (AVI) is a national non-governmental organization founded in 2012 in Ghana. We are committed to promoting literacy among children, youth and persons living with disabilities.  We endeavor to enhance the lives of vulnerable women through economic empowerment programs and projects. We also extend our support to impoverished youth and persons living with disabilities who cannot attend school through our vocational and technical skills training program. Since its establishemen, we have supported  over 2500  impoverished childern, youth and disable persons. Also, over 300 vulnerable women and 15 deprived communities in Ghana has received support from us. Additionally, over 2500 students receives continuous yearly support in forms such as books, school bags and uniforms, bicycles, laptops, tablets, financial support etc. from us. Our residential education program is currently taking full responsibility of the education and shelter of seven (7) youth. One of our residential program youth is in his final year at the tertiary school. 



To alleviate illiteracy among  impoverished and disable children and youth, and poverty among vulnerable women who live in deprived communities.



To make the world a better place for all though illiteracy and poverty alleviation



  • Alleviate illiteracy among impoverished and disable children and youth who live in deprived communities.
  • Empower impoverished and disabled youth through vocational and technical skills training.
  • Enhance impoverished and disable youth knowledge and access to information and communications technology.
  • Empower vulnerable women through income generating skills training and support.
  • Find solutions to community most pressing problems by implementing effective intervention projects and programs.


Our Beliefs

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


The Name - Asaasiam

img1-min.pngAsaasiam Vision International was named after the late Asare Joseph, Maame Georgina Kissiwah, and Opanin Asiamah for their great contributions in transforming the lives of many impoverished and disable children and youth and vulnerable women who live in deprived communities in Ghana.