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Nhyira-Ba Foundation Ghana

Joined in February 2021

About Us

It was established on 7th January 2019 by Nhyiraba Amoah in her quest to see change among young children. Most children in Nhyiraba's community were squatters, which means they did not have permanent accommodation, they moved from house to house depending on what was available. The founder observed that some of these children either drop out of school to engage in child deviant behaviors or to work. They did not have any motivation to stay in school or pursue a dream. Nhyiraba then started an educational club called Golden Jewels, meeting every Saturday, she Christian and moral values such as cleanliness, personal and environmental hygiene, personal grooming, respect, timing, how to study, how to read and write, how to handle sexual harassment, drugs and many others. The aim of the club was to encourage children to build good behaviors and stay in school. In 2020 the organization was registered as Nhyira-Ba Foundation Ghana in order to reach more children, with the aim of advocating, training, supporting and educating children. And in 2021 the name is being changed to Nhyiraba Center for Development and Training which is geared towards developing children to become leaders ready to make impact in society


Motto

Ready To Impact!


Mission

Empowering young children to become leaders by removing barriers that inhibit them from achieving their societal function.


Vision

To empower to millions of children to become impactful leaders


Operational Areas

  • Leadership Training.
  • Skills Acquisition.
  • Career Development
  • Child Rights Advocacy.
  • Education on Child related Issues
  • Mentoring, Coaching and Counseling


Values

  • Teamwork
  • Integrity
  • Christian
  • Honesty
  • Discipline
  • Commitment


Achievement 

  • We have enrolled a school dropout back into school after staying home for 3 years.
  • We are enrolling an underprivileged teenage boy who has passion for football in a football academy.
  • We have sent 5 children (including 1 speech Impaired child) back to School
  • Supported 50 children and 8 families of the Boyhe, North Atomic Community, with school and food supplies.
  • Advocated for the sexual rights of sexually harassed girls.
  • Mentored young men on crime, career development, sexual reproductive health and academics
  • Trained young children on how to be leaders.
  • Sensitized community member on covid19 protocols
  • Distributed books to children during the Covid 19 lockdown of schools in 2020.

It was established on 7th January 2019 by Nhyiraba Amoah in her quest to see change among young children. Most children in Nhyiraba's community were squatters, which means they did not have permanent accommodation, they moved from house to…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Education
  • Philanthropy
  • Volunteering

Location & Contact

Current listings by Nhyira-Ba Foundation Ghana

Volunteer +LocationDate Posted
Impact Making Volunteers NeededAccra, GhanaFebruary 26, 2021

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