Abofra means child. At Abofra Foundation, we believe that every child in Ghana must have easy access to a free computer education, especially the deprived child.
- Volunteers must be at least 17 years or older
- No specific skills are required; however, flexibility and patience are very important as you will be working with children of different ages and levels of ability.
- A background or some knowledge of performing arts is an asset for this project - whether in dance, drama, or music.
- You should keep a flexible attitude towards working in a new, multi-cultural environment.
We have two major programs: Free Abofra Computer Training and Community Outreach Program.
1. Free Abofra Computer Training
* To promote computer training and education
* Increase youth access to computer knowledge
Currently, we partner with a few deprived Government schools in order to teach individuals how to better use technology. We also teach using laptops in deprived communities.
2. Community Outreach Program
We occasionally visit disadvantaged communities and towns to provide a full range of human, educational, and community development services. These services focus on child disability care, sanitation, education, food donation, and more.
When we visit these communities, we meet with their chiefs or elders in order to learn about the current challenges they face in relation to deprived children. We then return back to the office to brainstorm possible solutions. After, we arrange a day to present the results to the disadvantaged community.
1 Week $350 ($50/day)
2 Week $450
3 Week $550
Subsequent weeks $250
Deposit: Deposit of $150 required to secure placement
• Volunteer placement
• Introduction to host family
• Abofra Foundation volunteer t-shirt
• Certificate of participation
• An experience that will last a lifetime!
- Visa costs
- Travel and medical insurance
- Transportation to and from project site
- Personal spending money
Posting and sharing Abofra Foundation's stories, videos, and images on various social media pages/platforms to help spread awareness to the world. Passionate individuals can assist us in crowd-sourcing online to champion/fund our projects.
Computer Afternoon School (CAS) Project is a free computer training school for deprived children aged 6 to 17 years old. The training is every day between the hours of 3-6pm. Most children leave school by 2 pm. CAS provides these children with hands-on computer training and engages them in a positive manner in order to encourage them to avoid social vices. It is carried out on weekdays and on Saturday (9 am to 11 am) mornings.
Computers, books (Science, Maths, English, Story), wheelchairs
Abofra Foundation is looking for individuals that share our mission and vision and will want to be part of our team. Please send us your CV/Resume or we can set up a Skype appointment to discuss. Together let's make the world a better place.
The name Abofra means a child in the Akan (Twi) language in Ghana. We chose this name because children are the hope and future leaders of every town, community, country, and nation. So the well-being of children is our greatest concern.
Initially, with the support from family and friends, we saw to the start of the Abofra Foundation. Kwasi Ampadu and his team are determined to see that every child in Ghana has access to basic needs: good health, clean drinking water, education, etc. The early activities of any child are very important since they will determine the future of the child. We believe in the total development of children through activities focusing on health, education, and support. Engaging vulnerable children in these activities will lead to the development of the entire community.
Mission: To promote holistic human transformation, human dignity, and integrated development programs that focus on children.
Vision: To help create a better future for the children in our communities through computer training, health care, and support for vulnerable children.
Goal: To see developed and empowered children.