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 Education  Ghana Project #33231

A Library for 200 kids in Akosua Fishing Village

by Coast Bridge - Ghana
A Library for 200 kids in Akosua Fishing Village


Coast Bridge -Ghana plans to build a library in Akosua fishing village, providing a rich supply of books and critical literacy support services to 200 children from the fishing villages who do not have access to reading books in other to reduce the level of high illiteracy and poverty

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High rate of illiteracy in these fishing villages are the major cause of increase level of poverty in the area. Coast Bridge - Ghana is in the village providing Education, Health and Economic Empowerment. We have teachers and volunteers who are ready to help educate the children but lack of books in a conducive environment makes it very difficult. The children do not have access to good books that talk about their environment and things they are familiar


Having a library in the village with rich supply of books will help reduce illiteracy and also encourage the children to read and develop keen interest in education. This will also mean a better education for better jobs for a better living. Our teachers and volunteers from the university are ready to help educate the children in the fishing village

Long-Term Impact

The library project will create a long term interest in education in the children in the village which will help them become educated for development in their community and hence reducing the level of poverty in the village



Organization Information

Coast Bridge - Ghana

Location: Winneba - Ghana
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Coast Bridge - Ghana
Bright Hedo Boglo
Project Leader:
Bright Hedo Boglo
Winneba, Ghana

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