The Xu Marie foundation is raising $5,000 to help reduce the spread of the virus. They will use the funds to educate the less privileged in society about the pandemic and teach them how to protect themselves and their families using English, French, Twi, Ewe, etc.
The need to reach out especially to rural girls and women in urban slums and shanty towns, even In a lockdown, can not be overemphasized. Simply put, the natural and biological process of menstruation knows no pandemic. The inaccessibility of sanitary products coupled with the exorbitant tax placed on them, classified as luxury goods, makes it more expensive for poor women and girls to purchase.
Meet JONATHAN, DESMOND & CHARITY from the central region of Ghana. They are 17,10 and 6-year-olds. They are schooling and aspire to be doctors and a nurse. This campaign is to help fund the diagnosis of a condition called MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS.
Girlstandout is raising 2000 cedis to support teenage mothers who are school dropouts and unemployed, giving them money so they can protect themselves and their children from contracting the virus. The mothers struggle to find food for themselves during this pandemic and especially during the lockdown period.
Give Me Hope Foundation, an NGO in partnerships with Microwatch has launched education on COVID 19 to educate share food, sanitizers, robbing alcohols, masks, and gloves to the homeless, Kayayos, and the street children.
Fellows of the Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI) in Ghana are responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic through a #MaskUp #MaskUpGhana campaign. Funds already raised: GHS 17,500
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The school has a total population of over 200 pupils, due to inadequate furniture, pupils are compelled to sit on a bare floor which makes them feel uncomfortable to concentrate when teaching is going on.
The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 22,030 people. Cases have been reported in Senegal, Togo, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia... Donations to this fund will help stop the spread of COVID-19 and support urgent response efforts in Ghana and across Africa.
This condition was unknown until Bright got ill at the age of 5 years. He was initially diagnosed with Pneumonia but was later transferred to the Cardiothoracic Center at Korle-bu Hospital, where they found he has the heart defect.
Baby Arihoona's parents Christopher and Irene managed to pay for his first surgery for Spina Bifida. But as peasant farmers, they are unable to afford the $250 urgent treatment their child needs now.
Madam Gladys started the Glatom school in 2015 to provide education to out of school children in a poor community she finds herself. But due to lack of funds or support, the school lacks essential resources to give these children the best education it could.