Education Program

Our education programs target children and youth from the ages of three (3) to twenty-five (25). These groups are at the level of education starting from nursery through to the tertiary. We have seven different programs aimed at ensuring that vulnerable children and youth living in the most deprived communities in Ghana are not disadvantaged due to lack of education. We are focused much on education because of the education gap among needy children and youth in Ghana. According to UNICEF 2010 and 2019 report on global education, over 400,000 children in Ghana are not enrolled in pre-primary education, thus 1 out of 4 children, aged 4 – 5 years. Also, nearly, 623,500 children of primary school age are still not enrolled in primary school. According to the 2010 Ghana national census, 20 percent of children with physical disabilities are not attending school.


Our Residential Program: Through this program, we assume full responsibility for those youth we believe will not be able to stay in school if they are not moved to our premises. Most of such youth we pick have no parents or parents are seen as highly risky to their education. We provide all the needs of such youth living in our home.


School Enrollment: This Project aims to help school dropouts, children and youth who are not in school particularly stray children and youth in deprived communities to have access to education. This project includes support with useful literacy activities that focuses on helping youth meet their personal and social needs through enhancing their skills for everyday life in a community.


Provision of Education and Learning Materials: Through this program, we provide needy school children and youth in deprived communities, towns, and cities with education and learning materials such as textbooks, exercise books, laptops, school uniforms, writing tools, footwear, school bags, and bicycles to cover long distances from their villages to attend school.


Financial Support: Most of our youth have parents who cannot afford the cost of their education. Through our education program, we support students with critical financial needs from nursery up to tertiary level.  Our goal is to help needy youth to overcome their educational challenges and to keep them in school.


Information and Communications Technology program (ICT): We support children, youth, and teachers to become ICT literate through free ICT training and provision of smart mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktops computers, and access to the internet and ICT training.


Training for Teachers: We provide free training on Modern Teaching Methods and on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) for teachers. Through this program, we also partner with heads of schools and the local Ministries of Education in Ghana (thus, government institutions in charge of education in Ghana) to organize refresher courses for school teachers.


Counseling and Career Guidance: We also offer free counseling for both teachers and students who need such help. Our career and guidance program is to enable our students to be able to choose the right academic and professional career.


Economic Empowerment Program

This project empowers vulnerable women through training and provision of start-up capital to undertake economic activities. We those women to create a market for their produce.  Also, we prepare our women to take up leadership roles in their communities and lead the crusade against gender inequalities.


Vocational and Technical Training Program

We empower youth and persons living with disabilities through vocational and Technical skills training such as computer software and hardware training, soap making, dressmaking, beading, etc.  We also provide schools, communities, and individuals access to free computers and the internet


Environment and Health Education Program

This program is designed to use our youth to promote education on climate change and leading the crusade against negative practices that affect our environment. our health program education our youth on sexual health and safe sexual practices.