Building a better future for children in Abenta

Help us empower communities by providing education, clean water, and hope

Life can be so unfair

Growing up as a child in poverty in the village of Abenta, Ghana is a profoundly tough and heart-wrenching experience. While each child’s journey is unique, there are common struggles that too many children face:


An uncertain future

With poor employment prospects, limited access to higher education would cloud the hopes and aspirations or anyone.


Limited Access to Education

Schools that lack basic resources, suffer from overcrowding, and face long, grueling journeys to reach their classrooms.


Massive Healthcare Hurdles

Access to healthcare is a luxury they can ill afford. Basic medical care might be out of their reach, leaving them vulnerable to preventable illnesses and suffering.


Childhood Labor

Economic desperation may thrust many into child labour. Instead of attending school, they toil long hours in unsafe environments.

By improving education, healthcare, water access, and hygiene, you can lay the foundation for long-term poverty alleviation and bring a brighter future to so many deserving children.

Some of the ways we support Abenta

Through education, clean water, health initiatives, and sustainable development projects, we offer a glimmer of hope. We empower these children to rise above their circumstances, to dream bigger, and to rewrite their stories.



We are sometimes asked to build a new school by a community in poverty because the nearest Primary or Junior High School is too far away for their children to walk back and forth plus their chores and their homework. In some cases it is not practical due to the catchment area or estimated school population to build a new school. In these cases we provide and maintain a push bike for children living far from a school. We find this a cost effective way to keep pupils in schools in the more remote villages.
Digging Wells and Boreholes

Digging Wells and Boreholes

In the heat of the African summer in May 2006 we completed our first well to bring clean drinking water to a remote rural village living in poverty of approximately 300 people.
Building Information Centres

Building Information Centres

In January 2007 the footings of a 300-seater information centre were laid in the remote village of Gboloo Kofi in Ghana, Africa. Building was completed by March 2008. The centre is the source of information to all the surrounding villages bringing messages of health, hygiene, sanitation and family planning.

In a Nutshell

Our impact in Abenta, Ghana

The whole school and parts of the village have been transformed. Other charities have seen the transformation and are now also working in the community.

There are now several wells in the village that provide clean drinking water, reducing sickness and suffering.

In a recent surveys, 89% of children living in Abenta now wash their hands after going to the toilet and before eating food.

Since 2006 we have helped over 30,000 people living in poverty

Projects We've built

Schools, preschools & libraries

Wells, rain water harvesting projects, and boreholes

Health clinics

Toilet projects with hand washing programmes

Projects we've run 

Scholarships for children to educate their way out of poverty

Teach2Teach sessions

Villages reached

Girl empowerment projects

Help us keep up the good work...