Children  Ghana Project #6378

After School Program for 70 Children in Ghana

by Paajaf Foundation Vetted since 2008 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified


The After School Program is a network for children, aiming to build a bridge between young people and the future. Specifically, it will be a necessary like between children and their community.

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Currently, there are no clear after-school programs in the Gbawe community. As such, school-aged children are unable to access the assistance that they may require for full development. Due to this, they suffer various setbacks, in terms of their academic, social, physical, and creative achievement.


This program is being designed in four areas in mind: academics, socialization, creativity, and health promotion to assist children in the community. It is geared towards elementary school children to help supplement and compliment their learning.

Long-Term Impact

The project will be beneficial to children and Student tutors. By sharing knowledge and skills to the younger children they will learning valuable life skills that will assist their own lives academically, socially, professionally and the children.


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Educate People in Ghana
Help Underprivileged Children in Ghana

Organization Information

Paajaf Foundation

Location: Mallam-Accra, Greater Accra - Ghana
Website: http:/​/​
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @PAAJAF
Project Leader:
Philip Appiah
Mallam, Accra Ghana
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