Hope for Ghana's third project was the creation of The Elena Haasen Library, named in memory of the daughter of a dear friend. This library and computer lab was built at Tegbi Agbedrafor Basic School, home to 600 primary and junior secondary school students.
Hope for Ghana built its first school in the remote village of Gakpokorpe, a poor village of farmers whose children previously walked almost 3 kilometers each way to get to school. The school, dedicated to Mason Langford, provides a kindergarten, primary school and library.
Grace Life Church in Pittsburgh has graciously donated the entire cost of bringing potable water to Gayikope, a village in Ghana that previously had to fetch distant muddy river water.
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Third Annual Charity Golf Outing Saturday July 13, 2019
Hope for Ghana is proud to announce the Third Annual Hope for Ghana Charity Golf Outing at Westwood Golf Club in West Mifflin, PA on Saturday July 13, 2019. Proceeds from this charity event will allow Hope for Ghana to build a kindergarten and primary school in the remote village of Kpevenu, where there is no running water or electricity, and where children presently walk 3-4 miles to get to the nearest school. Proceeds will also provide access to clean water to several other villages in dire need of potable water. Join Hope for Ghana for an event to remember and help transform the lives of Ghanaian children and communities forever. A FULL DAY OF EXCITING EVENTS ($175 per golfer) includes: • 11:30 am lunch • 1:00 ...
Hope for Ghana To Build Its Second School In February 2019
I am thrilled to announce that Hope for Ghana will begin building its second school in February 2019. The remote village of Kpevenu is desperately in need of a school because the nearest school is 6 kilometers away so children often do not go to school. The Kpevenu community has been so eager to provide education that it has recently put up a temporary “shack” made of a bamboo straw roof held up by a few bamboo sticks, under which 3 classes learn side by side on benches. Member of Parliament Hon. Bernard Ahiafor and I recently met with a village hungry for the chance to learn. Hon. Ahiafor’s plea to Hope for Ghana to build a new school in Kpevenu can be seen in the video below. He referred to the temporary structure students learn under and pleaded, “This is what the people of Kpevenu use as a classroom. It ...
Hope for Ghana Opened Mason’s School Of Hope In September 2018
In September 2017 Hope for Ghana began its most ambitious project to date, building its first school in the very remote, tiny village of Gakpokorpe, a poor village of farmers whose children now walk almost 3 kilometers each way to get to school every day. Hope for Ghana built a school that includes 4 classrooms, a library, running water, solar power and toilets to create a kindergarten and primary school, giving young children the chance to learn with the dignity of a modern school and all the necessary tools for a proper education. Hope for Ghana is very proud to dedicate its first school to Mason Langford, a beautiful patient of mine who passed away when he was only 20 months old. Mason’s School of Hope will be a reflection of his light and love that lives ...