Paajaf Foundation

Provide education for orphans and other vulnerable children. Equip women and female youth with vocational and handiwork skills. Develop social support systems for orphans, other vulnerable children, and women. Foster prevention education about communicable diseases, such HIV/AIDS and hepatitis, as well as care and support for those afflicted with long-term illness. Research children's and women's rights, adult education, and literacy training. Investigate policies covering orphans,
Orphan Mary needs your help to go to school, Ghana
 
This project will help an aspiring student Mary from a very poor background. She needs scholarship support to be able attend a school each year. There is only one free public school in Gbawe, which is overcrowded with up to 65 children per class. High unemployment and illiteracy in the area means local parents are unable to afford good quality schools which are fee paying. Thanks to Mary's sponsors in 2014/2015 academic. Mary needs help again to complete 2015/2016 academic year.
Orphan Vera needs your help to go to school, Ghana
 
This project is to help Vera to stay in school this year 2016. Vera needs help to stay in school. Her single mother has a job in Gbawe community with a monthly of income of $50, which Vera's mother uses to try to maintain the home. Vera is very hardworking and her future in education looks promising. For girls who are poor, the choices are to work in low-paid, menial jobs at a young age or to be sent away for marriage. Vera needs urgent help so she can grow up with an education.
Poor Nidaar needs your help to go to school, Ghana
 
Nidaar is one of the children PAAJAF have identified in the community - Gbawe in Ghana that needs critical help and is waiting for a permanent sponsor to see her through school. Nidaar has a goal of $1,690 to be able to remain in school for the year 2016. At the moment, $68 has been raised and has $1,622 to be achieved. She needs your help.
Modicai needs your help to go to school, Ghana
 
At the moment none of the family members can speak English and Madica's mother identified this as one of the hopes that she has for her sons. She wants him to learn English and have education, so that he can get a good job in the future that pays him better than what she is paid now, so that he can create a better life for themselves. Luckily, last year, Modicai had supporters like you to send him to school. Please, can you help him this year too for him to remain in school?
Poor Jude  needs your help to go to school, Ghana
 
Last year you sent poor Jude to school. He says thank you, would please help him this year too 2016? Jude, a 6 years poor boy needs your help. His budget for the 2015/2016 school year, we have now raised $61 out of the total budget of $1520. Jude is a young intelligent boy who lives with his brother, Modecai and mother and his step-father. His mother currently struggling to send them to school on a daily income of only about $5 - $6 USD which is not enough to see to their school and welfare.
Help Support a School for Children in Ghana
 
This project provides scholarship education for underprivileged children in Gbawe, Ghana and seeks to create a learning center for children in the community. project reportread updates from the field
Help to Create Community  Library at Gbawe, Ghana
 
The PAAJAF Educational Institute (PEI) Library ( CAARC) project is for both the PEI school children and their Gbawe Community in Ghana. It is intended to be a resource to the PEI main school program. PEI is dedicated to quality education within the classrooms and outside the classroom. We are also committed to introducing technology and its ability to make knowledge accessible through the internet to our community. Help is needed to make this possible. Can you help? project reportread updates from the field
Back to school, poor Sara needs your help, Ghana
 
Sara is an orphan and being able to go to school is a life-changing event. She is reliant on the care of her grandmother who is a very old woman, and cannot farm to earn income due to her advanced age. Sara needs your help to keep attending school to be able to learn Math, English and Science and have a better future through education, at times life it is even difficult to have enough food at home to eat. She is a bright, and thoughtful girl and wants to learn. Sara really needs your help. project reportread updates from the field
After School Program for 70 Children in Ghana
 
The After School Program is a network for children, aiming to build a bridge between young people and the future. Specifically, it will be a necessary like between children and their community. project reportread updates from the field
Ebola Awareness in Ghana
 
PAAJAF Foundation believes that with awareness creation with regards to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa it can help reduce the high risk of acquisition in neighbouring countries like Ghana where record of Ebola virus is not at all/minimal. PAAJAF works with deprived and underprivileged communities, children, women and families in Ghana and our awareness creation on Ebola will go a very long way to fight EVD acquisition. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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