Supporting women in Business

The charity is supporting a group of women to start their own business.  They make one of the local foods called gari, which is made from cassava.  They have requested support to help them buy better equipment, which will increase their production twofold.  The charity has paid a deposit for this equipment and is actively fundraising to raise the full amount of £5000

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Individual Grants

The charity has also distributed a number of grants to individuals in desperate need referred to us by our partner organisations in Ghana.

We supported Lewis parents direct; they received a grant of £150 as they wanted to develop their farm and needed some equipment that would enable her to do this.  The Trustees decided to give her that money in three instalments and Joyce Taylor has visited her in Ghana to see how her farming business is going. 

Nana Ama is a single mother, who needed help get her children uniforms and equipment for school

Eric is who required a grant to start small business and we funded the business 100% for him.

The charity is supporting a young boy with special education needs to attend a school equipped to meet his needs.

 

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