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,
Lordina Needs Help to go School
Lordina is 7 years old and a sweet and kind girl. Going to school is a life-changing event in her life. Lordina's mother only has a small monthly income to support the whole family, which does not allow Lordina to stay in school. She has been missing classes several times and her mother is struggling to provide for the family. Going to school will help Lordina learn to read and write, and secure a better future.
Help Poor and Neglected Jude to go School, Ghana
The 7 years old Jude, lives with his poor mother and he is one of PAAJAF Kids waiting for a sponsor at PAAJAF. Vira's mother introduced us to this family as being in great need of support. After interviewing the mother and finding out more about their situation we found this information to be correct. His mother is a petty trader and his step-father is a taxi driver who something employed but has no steady income. Jude had been always sacked for school fees before PAAJAF stepped in to support.
Year 2017 - Vera will smile in school- Help her.
This project is to help poor Vera to stay in school this year 2017. 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.
Help a Teenager, Abigail to go School
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.
Help poor Clara  to go school in 2017, Ghana
Clara is 4 years old and a kind girl who smiles a lot. An education will be life-changing to Clara it will enable her to learn to read and write and give her a great future. Her parents lack the funds to send Clara to a good pre-school, they are seeking employment as an electrician and shop keeper. The local school is severely overcrowded and the cost of school fees and a uniform means Clara needs your help to go to school.
Erica Needs Help to go School
Erica needs help to be able to remain in school peacefully in 2017. At now,2016 supported fund for Erica is runing out and she will need to remain in school. Hence, PAAJAF has to look for supports for her for 2017 school year and her caretaker who is an unemployed needs help to help to start a petty trade in order to take care of Erica and her children.
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
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.
Back to school, poor Erica needs your help, Ghana.
Erica needs $1,770 to be able to remain in school peacefully. At now, $220 has been raised of which $1,550 is needed. Can you help her? She is an Orphan and at 11 years old and in class 3 at the pearl school at Gbawe. She wants to become a Bank Manager in the future. project reportread updates from the field

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