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Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana

by A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN)
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana
Artisan Training for 50 rural women in Ghana

Summary

By funding this project you will help provide artisan training for young, vulnerable women(some mothers) in rural Ghana . Edited In 2019 we aim to raise funds to build two shops for two of the women ( Gifty and Eunice or Mary) who have already completed their training, to make their journey complete and to fulfill our mission . With the provision of the shops, the women commit to training other girls ( Minimum of 2) for free and those girls also get to train others without fee .

$9,680
total raised
90
donors
1
monthly donor
1
fundraiser
2
years

Challenge

In our community, there are many single mothers that cannot afford to go to school, let alone pay for their children to attend school. Education here is not free. And without education or training, there are no jobs. Poverty begets poverty and often this lack of resources results in homelessness and disease and the cycle continues with the next generation. We also live in an area where there is no formal trash collection and thus trash ends up everywhere.

Solution

We believe vocational skills create a livelihood for the women in our community. Through our programs women can work in a sewing shop, open their own shop, or come to ABAN's training center. Their children are also in school and fed, so that the mothers can focus on their education and complete the program. The products they make are handmade and are combined with locally recycled materials, like plastic waste. Our program, along with community education efforts, can help make a positive impact

Long-Term Impact

With more training women are seen as assets in our community. Their children's access to education and healthy lives increases. The women can live more happy and healthy lives and support themselves and eventually give back to others. These women will go out into their community and then take on the next generation of apprentices. And imagine what their children can achieve with your help and support!

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.aban.org
ABAN website
ABAN Facebook

Organization Information

A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN)

Location: Awerease - Akuapim - Ghana
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @fabricofchange
A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN)
Darkwah Doris
Project Leader:
Darkwah Doris
Awerease - Akuapim, Ghana

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