How we help

We discover our children’s and community stories and then, create collaborative solution for urgent social challenges.

Programs

We discover our children’s and community stories and then, create collaborative solution for urgent social challenges. So, working to end poverty and illiteracy among underprivileged children, youth and women in our community, we focus on the following core areas of work: Education, Child Welfare, Youth Resilience and Health.

Education

Education is key to upward mobility. As a disadvantaged urban ‘sprawl’, Gbawe’s schools are amongst the most under-resourced. Public schools in the area are very overcrowded and classes are typically twice the size of those considered acceptable in the Developed World.

Child Welfare

Accomplishing child welfare is the key towards having community. PAAJAF works to ensure that needy children find permanent resources to their needs. The Sponsor A Child program allows for more personalized assistance to a child for a duration of time

Healthcare

Having good health is a basic human right. At PAAJAF, we believe that families lead to healthy community. Moving forward with this belief, PAAJAF is looking toward securing health needs for its beneficiaries.

Youth Resilience

In Gbawe,the young demographic (between 15-35 years of age ) constitutes 45% of the entire population, and 65% out of this total youth population are within the employment age.

Projects

We are currently working at few projects. We are constanyly developing something new and we need your help to succeed.

Help us fund the management of PAAJAF

The Operational Fund raises money to fund the everyday administration and management of all PAAJAF projects by hiring project staff.

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Give the gift of digital literacy

Give the gift of digital literacy; help train children and youth in IT. Empower 60 children and 35 youth with computer skills training.

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Help us run family learning centre in Gbawe, Ghana

The project establishes a scholarship school education to supplement the government agenda at the formal education, and as well

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