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 Education  Ghana Project #42713

HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA

by RS RESTORE AFRICA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA
HELP A CHILD LEARN IN THE CENTRAL PART OF GHANA

Summary

This project will help thousands of children get quality education and comfortable environment for learning. Let's keep the dream of kids in Ghana alive. To provide: (i) Grounds to curtail flooding and provide areas for games, (ii) paint both exterior and interior of the schools to make school attractive (iii) provide chairs and tables to make learn easy (iv) adequate learning materials to make teaching and learning conducive for teachers and pupils.

$50,000
total goal
$50,000
remaining
2
days

Challenge

Poor school environment and lack of learning materials have not enabled pupils to progress through school to be well equipped with knowledge for future life. This has resulted in high attrition rate and promoted teenage pregnancy among girls. To reverse this trend RS Restore Africa intends to use solicited funding and other resources to improve school environment and provide adequate learning materials.

Solution

A serene academic environment is inviting to school pupils. With the provision of learning materials to pupils and an improvement in the school environment the project envisages to promote; 1. Increased daily school attendance 2. Better participation in both academic and extra-curricular activities 3. Improved performance by pupils 4. Improved retention rate 5. Reduced drop out rate 6. Reduced teenage pregnancy among school girls

Long-Term Impact

No one can learn something new by sitting at home, education is what provides them to acquire new knowledge. potential long term impact: People will become better citizens with education It will help you to get a job. People can know the difference between good and bad. Will work hard to grow and develop themselves. Help in creating a better society to live in Becoming a respectable law-abiding restoring the richness of Africa, good governance,fighting poverty through education.

Additional Documentation

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

Resources

http:/​/​WWW.RSRESTOREAFRICA.ORG

Organization Information

RS RESTORE AFRICA

Location: ACCRA - Ghana
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @RSRESTOREAFRICA
Project Leader:
REBECCA LINDA SEWEEY
ACCRA, ACCRA Ghana
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