P. O. Box MD 415,
Ansprechpartner: Kwasi Ampadu
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
Abofra Foundation is a registered non-profit organization in Ghana seeking to improve the socio-economic well being of vulnerable and destitute children. The idea of Abofra Foundation was earlier discussed in 2013 with family and friends, activities began on 2015 and officially registered and established on January, 2016 by our founder, Kwasi Ampadu and team.
The name Abofra means a child in the Akan (Twi) language in Ghana. The reason for the choice of name is that, children are the hope and future leaders of every town, community, country or nation. So the well-being of children is of our great concern. We believe every child deserves a chance to life.
Free I.C.T Education for every child in Ghana especially the deprived child.
Abofra Art Project is empowering deprived children through imagination.
Raising generational innovators in Ghana to solve local problems through our Free I.C.T Education Project.
We believe that by embracing creativity in children, they then embark on a journey create and innovate.
• Abofra Computer Training: We occasionally organize free computer training for children.
• Community Outreach Program: Our Community Outreach Program is born out of love and compassion. We occasionally visit disadvantaged communities and towns to empower deprived children by providing full range of charitable, human service, educational, community development activities such as child disability care, sanitation, education, food donation and more.
• Abofra Art Project: The Abofra Art Project is a platform that offers many benefits and foremost is how the arts grow the imagination of children especially the deprived. Through imagination, children generate ideas, and ideas are the engine of today’s global economy. Project Objectives: Fosters children’s creativity and develops their empathy; Cultivate children’s imagination, reduce violence, and re-mediate suffering; Bring together wonderful people from all over the world to share and learn by exchanging creative/cultural ideas with our students in Ghana to shape their future.
• CAS Project: Computer Afternoon School (CAS) Project is a free computer training school for deprived children from the ages of 6 to 17 years old.
Kwasi Ampadu is the Founder of the Abofra Foundation.
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.