We constantly appreciate our coordinators who go beyond their busy schedules to make time and resource to raise funds, volunteers and resources for the promotion of smiles in Africa. This month we are privileged and honored to our German coordinators: Johanna Schreiber and Lilian Burghardt, who used the occasion of the ‪semester initially devotion in […]

The orphanage story worldwide is not necessary a pretty one, for Africa and for that matter Ghana, it is a cacophony of unimaginable confusion between well-wishers, philanthropist and the social welfare system As a previous administrator of an orphanage for two years and a philanthropist myself this is an endless battle between several conflict of […]

Moringa Research: While traditional Ayurvedic medicine used this tree to heal or prevent hundreds of diseases, scientific evidence is accumulating to support many of the healing properties of Moringa. Some of its chemical compounds have been isolated and described. Around the world Moringa is the subject of legends and praise, awe and respect – so […]

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 239 million people in sub-Saharan Africa were hungry/undernourished in 2010 (its most recent estimate). 925 million people were hungry worldwide. Africa was the continent with the second largest number of hungry people, as Asia and the Pacific had 578 million, principally due to the much larger population […]

Abstract Moringa oleifera (M. oleifera) is an angiosperm plant, native of the Indian subcontinent, where its various parts have been utilized throughout history as food and medicine. It is now cultivated in all tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. The nutritional, prophylactic, and therapeutic virtues of this plant are being extolled on the Internet. […]

he main questions addressed in this Operations Evaluation Department (OED) study are: (1) what has happened to educational outputs (school attendance and learning); (2) what are the main determinants of those outputs; (3) which educational interventions have the largest and most cost effective impact on educational outputs; (4) to what extent have Bank-supported activities promoted […]

Educating rural poor children to learn basic reading and writing Drive Aid Ghana is helping Empower young children and adults in rural poor communities in the northern part of Ghana, through education we are giving a second chance to these children to learn basic reading and writing. Interested in supporting or volunteering with us? Contact […]