Taabalyi leading home reading with colleagues Installed solar lamp at home for child reading Maadogeen (Middle) and colleagues reading Kwesi leading reading session in class

Grameen Ghana

Org #39385
Vetted since 2017 Effective Nonprofit
2001
year founded
$6,327
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

To reduce poverty and injustice through working in partnership with other organizations and institutions working with poor and vulnerable groups or communities in the area of Microfinance, Food Security and Nutrition, Water and Sanitation, Education, and advocacy.

Projects (1)

Educate 200 poor children in rural Ghana
Ghana / Education
 
Project Leaders
Grameen Ghana
Grameen Ghana
Mugmin Musah
Mugmin Musah
Mohammed Muaweya
Mohammed Muaweya
Team
Mugmin Musah, Mohammed Muaweya Muaweya, Enoch K Njirib, Shahadu A Shahadu, Ewuntoma Abdul-Mumin
Organization Information
http://grameenghana.org
#155, First Russia Street, Watherson Residential Area, Tamale, Ghana
P. O. Box TL2709
Tamale, Northern Region 00233
Ghana
+233242114717

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3923438480
Organization Information
http://grameenghana.org
#155, First Russia Street, Watherson Residential Area, Tamale, Ghana
P. O. Box TL2709
Tamale, Northern Region 00233
Ghana
+233242114717

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3923438480

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Jun 4, 2018
GG sustains child reading interest in Ghana
In March 2018, we reported how the reading materials you donated have helped to address the lack of access to reading materials and its effect on reading habits of pupils. As part of our promised...
Mar 6, 2018
GG improves child reading habit in Northern Ghana
Since December 2017, GG concentrated it’s efforts in encouraging pupils in Bolni Primary to read more in order to improve their academic performance. We have engaged parents to provide...
Dec 8, 2017
GG builds confident school girls in Northern Ghana
It was all joy to many children when the exams began in December 2017. There was no borrowing of pens and pencils. No noise and shouting from teachers because most children had prepared well for the...
 
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