The Lost Talent Foundation-Ghana
PO BOX AF 156; Donpim Road Municipal market building,2nd floor,
ASSIN FOSO, Central Region
Ansprechpartner: Richard Agyei Sarpong
- Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
The Lost Talent Foundation-Ghana is a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO), registered in 2006, and committed to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children, marginalized women/men and youth in the rural communities by empowering them to lead a life of hope, self-worth and dignity. It envisions an empowered future for all by acting as a catalyst for social change. The Lost Talent Foundation-Ghana, as an NGO seeks to achieve total development and holistic improvement and wellbeing of the people in such deprived communities by providing long lasting social change through capacity building, networking, health care, good education and community development to reduce the high rate of illiteracy, death and teenage pregnancy among the people. Also help them to realize their full potential and contribute to sustainable development in their lives.
To identify and meet the basic necessities of orphans and vulnerable children, aspiration of the youth and people in such deprived communities through awareness creation, capacity building, volunteering and empowerment projects and programmes.
• To promote quality universal education for all school going age in the rural communities.
• To empower and support youth/women development, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC´s).
• To provide a platform for the promotion of good health and Rural Community Development(RCD).
• To combat against child labour and diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, guinea worm etc.
• To develop stronger relationship with both local and international community through volunteer and cultural exchanges
• Donation and support: Providing support for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC´S). Brilliant but needy students (children and youth) and donating to orphanage/children homes to improve their standard of living and education.
• Education (children and youth empowerment): Through education and sensitization programmes, provision of educational facilities such as text books, furniture, school building, teachers(volunteers)
• Health (sensitization, service delivery and advocacy): outreach programmes, HIV/AIDS, training workshops, clean up exercises, formation of peer educators, community water and sanitation programmes/projects. As a non-governmental organization in collaboration with stake holders we provide health equipments and other facilities to deprived communities.
• Microfinance/agriculture (empowerment of rural people) Youth and Women in such deprived communities are trained to acquire vocational skills to improve their lives. In addition to this loans are disbursed to women and the youth who have acquired training to increase trade and production (agric and commerce), to eradicate poverty among the rural communities.
• Volunteer services/internship programmes: We offer volunteers and voluntary services to such rural communities, organizations, institutions in the field of education, health, agric, community development as well as internship programmes throughout the year.
Richard Agyei Sarpong is the Director of the Lost Talent Foundation-Ghana.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.