Amewugah, is a young man in his 30’s from Ogbojo -Ghana, who’s dad has passed out recently through a short illness. Although Amewugah is…
Computer Afternoon School (CAS) Project is a free computer training school for deprived children from the ages of 6 to 17 years old. The…
I learnt a new word … “Akwaaba” means welcome 🙂
I helped build a mobile library for the kids. Access to education is a right and not a privilege.
Reading and writing is essential to every child especially the deprived. Glad I was impactful during my 3 weeks stay in Ghana at Abofra Foundation.
Great moments, as a took the opportunity to improve on my english proficiency. Also did teach the lovely kids french.
My first time in Ghana, volunteering with Abofra Foundation, exposed me to real life situations deprived kids in African battle with daily.
Kids were happy to learn a new language (Spanish Language)
Abofra Art Project gave me the opportunity to teach the kids theatre ( Music, dance and play)
Great opportunity for the kids to learn in a violent free environment and to develop creativity by creating art. Being a volunteer at the Abofra Foundation means having the chance to get in touch with the lovely kids and share amazing moments with them.
I had a great time teaching the students basic computer skills. There were less computers however my time was productive.