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A step in the right direction

For enrollment into basic school in our project, every beneficiary must go through our pre-school classes programme. During this time, beneficiaries are taught about punctuality, cleanliness, discipline and of course basic literacy and arithmetic skills.
For over 10 months, these young ones who were once in street situations and denied access to education have shown commitment to their own pathway of growth and development.
We are glad that 19 of our beneficiaries have passed through pre-school classes successfully and are ready for onward admission into formal basic schools.

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A journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step; Congrats to Sammy and Salamatu

Salamatu and Samuel completed their senior high school education in June and September 2023 respectively. Salamatu after completion of her basic education in 2020, gained admission to Comboni Secondary Technical school whiles Samuel went to Ghanata Senior High School. They have been part of our Education Sponsorship programme for children in street situations since 2014.

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Graduation from Basic school, what next?

We are glad to announce the completion of basic School of 5 beneficiaries; Atsu, Cynthia, Naomi, Seth and Robert. They have shown tenacity and great strength over the years. We wish them the best as they get ready to prepare for Senior High School Education. They have been in the project for over 7 years and have been receiving sponsorship for their basic school all these years.

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20 beneficiaries in street situations join our educational sponsorship programme

We are excited to announce an addition of 20 new beneficiaries to join our educational sponsorship program.
Our Social Workers scanned the hotpots, where these children work and live in Ashaiman Municipality for about 5 months. They have now settled and commute daily to our First Contact Place in Zongo-Laka for pre-school classes.

Our educational sponsorship program aims to provide these children with access to both formal and informal education and ongoing support to equip them with the necessary skills they need to live better and independent lives, off the streets.

We believe that education is a fundamental right and that every child, regardless of their background or circumstances, should have access to it.