- Volta Region
Humanity and Community Development Projects, HCDP GHANA is a registered and recognized non-profit NGO and volunteer organization incorporated under Ghana's Companies Act, 1963 (Act 179) at the Registrar General's Department in Accra, Ghana. Registration number is G.32619. HCDP GHANA has a unique role to play in the lives of the deprived people living in the rural communities of Ghana. A local and native based NGO, HCDP GHANA improves local morale and advances the rural economy, providing a better place to lives.
A community thus learns from other communities around it and from the deeds and contribution of people or persons who visit it or interest with such society from time to time.
It is from this perspective that HCDP GHANA as an NGO, has apportioned to itself to beneficially interest and impost on the lifestyles of rural communities as to enhance their welfare, awareness building and developmental potentials and initiative to develop from their own selves.
People have numerous reasons for doing volunteer work in Africa. Many want to help others and some are looking for ways to be caught up or to make the globe a better place. The needs for activism, community building, and self-exploration can also be satisfied through volunteering. Connect with the African community and be a part of the different cultures, activities, issues, etc. that you may never experience otherwise.
Perhaps you have a cause you feel strongly about and I will suggest you put your beliefs into action by volunteering your moment and efforts toward that cause. Some people volunteer formally through a profit, non-profit, or charity organization, while others volunteer informally by helping a sick neighbor or tutoring a friend. People who do volunteer work in Africa get first hand information about the problems facing Africa like poverty, hunger, malnutrition, disease, unemployment and environmental degradation.
As part of our mission for humanitarian services and assisting community to develop from within, Projects with HCDP GHANA cuts across 3 categories namely:
Education(Teaching and Establishing ICT projects in Schools and Orphanage homes)
Health(Healthcare services, Health educations and Sanitation)
Community Need Assessment Research Programs (CNARP)
Water for Student by Student (WSS)
Rural Community Toilet Project (RCTP)