Providing education for 100 Girls in Apowa ,Ghana

by Safe Blood Ghana Association


Girl's education is key and must be priority.Educating one girl is an investment in a family.War,extreme poverty,the HIV/AIDS pandemic and other deprivations endanger girls.A girls education is must

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This project will enable girls to achieve the full potential and to contribute to development and poverty reduction through scholarship awards.Help girls to develop their skills to allow them to make decision and influence their communities.To enroll more girls and let them stay in school helping them to improve their own lives and condition in their communities.Help create conditions that will ensure girls have equal access to basic education and are able to make decision about their future.


This project seek to enroll more girls to elementary and offer scholarships to outstanding female student.Funds cover tuition,books,school supplies,and other costs related to the student's education this may include transportation,meals,clothes etc

Long-Term Impact

The project seek to improve the access to basic education for girls from a poor household by helping them to stay in school thereby giving them the chance at education and to escape poverty.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).



Organization Information

Safe Blood Ghana Association

Location: Takoradi, Ghana - Ghana
Website: http:/​/​
Peter Sagoe
Project Leader:
Peter Sagoe
Executive Director
Takoradi, Western Region Ghana

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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