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AGORO NE OBRA PA PROJECT

Org #41935
Vetted since 2017
2010
year founded
$5,742
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

ANOPA's leading goals are "one world" / "youth for youth", because we are living in the same world and are willing to connect to each other, to support others around the globe. Especially for the young people who are coming together and trying to exchange their different backgrounds. ANOPA builds on the enthusiasm of young people for sports and encourages them to take a serious look at socially relevant issues. It equally aims at the development of structures and networks within the sport community in the country particularly in the Central Region/Cape Coast.ANOPA wants to use sports as an instrument for individual development, promotion of gender equity, peace buildi... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Ernest  Appiah
Ernest Appiah
Team
Ernest Appiah, Newman K Ocansey, Prosper Mortsi
Organization Information
p.o. box ad 912
Adisadel
Cape Coast, +233
Ghana
+233240675611

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2514612241
Organization Information
p.o. box ad 912
Adisadel
Cape Coast, +233
Ghana
+233240675611

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2514612241

Project Reports

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Nov 5, 2018
Empowering deaf youth to learn through swimming
ANOPA(Agoro Ne Obra Pa) Project stands for playing for a better life among children and young people especially vulnerable and challenged children. Over the months ANOPA has been empowering many more...
Jun 13, 2018
Social Inclusion through swimming for deaf kids
The ANOPA Project over a period of one year is seeking to engage and train more than 800 deaf kids in swimming. The Swimming Project will give the unique opportunity to these children to integrate...
Mar 9, 2018
Social Inclusion through the use of Sports.
As part of the idea of social inclusion through the use of sports ANOPA Project have successfully roled out its swimming project for deaf children in and around Cape Coast.As part of the process to...
 
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