Empowerment Starts One Community at a Time!

Boys Learning

Help the Underprivileged in Rural Ghana, Africa

Our Team

Philomena Amoako, Retired World Bank ICT Specialist

Dr. George Apenteng -  Retired Economist

Isaac B. Arku - Retired HR Officer

Georgina Baah-Dwomoh - Retired Facility Specialist

Nana Amoako Anin - Laywer, Entrepeneur, Child Advocate, Business Growth Accelerator

Dr. Hilda Tadria -  Executive Director of MEMPROW, Co-Founder of African Women's Development (Gender Specialist)

Aida Opoku-Mensah -  Economic Commission for Africa

Victor Din -  Retired World Bank ICT Specialist

Our Sponsors

We could not do our important work without the generous support of many sponsors. In addition to private donors, here are some of our main supporters we would like to acknowledge.

Kofi A. Tawiah Foundation

Dun & Bradstreet

African Women's Development Fund

Universal Giving

OPEC Fund for International Development

Open Society Initiative for West Africa

The World Bank

Mohamed Muhsin

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Our Impact

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Coaching is helping to tackle the harmful cultural norms that limit the aspirations of girls.

13-19-year-olds are receiving mentoring in reading, math, and science. More adolescent girls are passing the basic school certificate examinations.