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,
Help Sara go to Primary School in 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. project reportread updates from the field
Help teenager Abigail go to School (Ghana)
 
The PAAJAF Foundation will provide motivated, hardworking students like Abigail with a scholarship for a good quality education in Ghana. PAAJAF's beneficiaries are students who are impoverished, orphaned or neglected and have no other access to education without help in the form of scholarship support from PAAJAF. 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
Help Mary go to school for a year (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. We will provide a motivated, hardworking students like Mary with a scholarship to good quality schools in Ghana. project reportread updates from the field
Please help orphan Vera to stay in school,Ghana
 
PAAJAF and Vera friends like you have really helped so far to raise $135 and we are in fact, thankful to them all. Vera needs $800 and we have raised the above, so having the balance of $665 before she will be able to stay in school for the 2014/2015 academic year. She is a poor orphan and really needs your help today to stay in school. project reportread updates from the field
Help orphan Erica to go to School (Ghana)
 
In our first presentation of Erica is 9yrs old, an orphan, living with her aunt to you, you were help to raise $315 which has remained her in school till this date with support the support of PAAJAF. Now she needs $835. She is in class two (2) at The Pearls School. She is wants to become a Bank Manager in the future. Luckily, her favorite subject at school is Maths. She is dual orphan with no hope. She has done well at school, but due to lack of financial support she finds it difficulty. project reportread updates from the field
Madicy needs $150 to fully stay in school in Ghana
 
Madicy budget for 2014/2015 academic year is $750 , so far, we have raised $600 left with $150 that we look for contributors on his behalf so that he can start pre-school in the year 2015. Currently Madicy and his brother at home not go to school. So he needs your help thank you that you will come to this poor child at PAAJAF aid. project reportread updates from the field
Help Josephine go to School (Ghana)
 
We made Josephine, aged 9, is one of our children in urgent need of sponsors, due to her families financial situation and her willingness to learn. Right now, she is expelled from school and her nine-year-old sibling Kelvin who wants to attend the same school. Josephine and Kelvin experience difficulties due to their parents' lack of funds and inability to provide them with the school materials, including text books and stationery project reportread updates from the field
Orphan Sarah Needs Help to go School, 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 was a very old woman, and cannot farm to earn income due to her advanced age. The grandmother has unfortunately passed away leaving Sara in hopless condition. Sara needs your help to keep attending school to be able to learn Math, English and Science and have a better future through education.
 
   

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