Project #2607

Help Support a School for Children in Ghana

by Paajaf Foundation
Apr 1, 2013

You made it possible - 7 children attending school

Abigail is able to attend primary school
Abigail is able to attend primary school

Our beneficiaries and their families are grateful for the generous donations PAAJAF has received to fund school fees for 7 poor children in Gbawe.  Each school term fee is $90 per child; from your donations, you made it possible for full payment of fees for 4 children and part payment of fees for 3 additional children.

The children we help are underprivileged and from poor backgrounds where families are struggling to make ends meet. Some are orphans or neglected with no other means of attending the overcrowded public school. PAAJAF checks the financial situation of the families and ascertain which children desperately need help and steps in to provide that assistance.

Payment of school fees has given the children below the ability to attend school for the first 2013 term. They continue to learn reading, writing, math and science subjects in their respective schools and have the courage to make friends and develop. From all of us – Thank You.

1. Erica -  School fees Fully paid
An orphan living with her Aunt, Erica continues to attend Empet Academy and has a uniform and school materials, this means no more threats of expulsion from school.

2. Nidaar – School fees Fully paid
Nidaar is from a very low income family, now she is able to attend kindergarten at The Pearls School

3  Lauren  - School fees Part Paid
Lauren’s father passed away and her mother had no other means of support, with your help Lauren attends kindergarten at Precious Jesus Int. School

4. Vira - School fees Fully paid
Vira’s mother raises her alone, with your help, Vira is attending Winners Family Preparatory School

5. Abigail – School fees Part Paid
Abigail previously had to frequently miss classes because her parents did not have a steady income. She is attending primary school at Acropolis Schools in Gbawe.

6. Ebenezer – School fees Part Paid
Ebenezer wants to train to be an accountant and is close to completion of final year exams at Presbyterian Senior High School.

7. Christpher – School fees Fully Paid
Christpher’s family earn very low income, he can now attend pre-school at Mercy School.

For more information, please contact – we continue to need support for children in Gbawe.

Vira likes to read and make friends
Vira likes to read and make friends


  • Tracy Baker
    Tracy Baker Thanks for the updates. I am very happy that what God has blessed me with I am able to put it to good use. I want to leave here knowin I sowed more seeds than I burned. Great organization!
    • 3 years ago
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  • PAAJAF Foundation
    PAAJAF Foundation Great to hear from you Tracy! With best wishes Philip Appiah and all at PAAJAF Foundation
    • 3 years ago
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Paajaf Foundation

Location: Mallam-Accra, Greater Accra - Ghana
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Philip Appiah
Mallam-Accra, Ghana

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