We urgently need 30 sewing Machines for our school
Please help to buy equipment such as 20 computers, 30 Sewing Machines, some Carpentry equipments has been donated but need a few extra
Each Sewing Machine cost £60.00
Each Computers cost £100.00
Whatever you can donate you would be helping to make some children’s dream come through.
April 2011 - September 2011
Charity information: Wood World Missions
There are many unemployed local is a small village in Ghana. We have been there several times to donate clothes and Clean( 3 Bore Hole). Water supply. They urgently needs a vocational training that will assist them to live a better life. Our aim is to help stop Poverty.
We have set up a vocational school in the rural area by providing a education whereby they villages can become self help.
Training the locals to become self help instead of handouts all the times
Activities» Sewing, Computer training, Carpentry, Masonry and home science
What success will look like
Success will be great because we have achieve similar in another village which has helped over 500 students.
The project will bring a great success as there was no opportunity for these people, so our project will bring a great change.
We will talk to those who are studying and the local people schools who are also been invited to bring the drop-out students.
Security, we have employ a security man to guard the premises.
Any risks will be carefully deal with because we have set up a committees to deal with everyday issues.
By email if desire
Budget - Project Cost: £3,800Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,800 30 sewing machines This machines will assist us train 200 girls £2,000 20 computers This computers will help over 500 students
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Mr Rama £100 Guaranteed
The local of the college in based in the Eastern part of Ghana Akosombo district
The local and the district of Akwamu as there is no such school that offers these opportunity for the disadvantage. Many youths can’t go to school because one of the biggest problem in Africa which is school fees that why we have set up this Vocational Centre where practical skills could be taught, enabling young people to learn a profession and become self employment and also get jobs in other small companies.
Because we have done it in another village and were very successful and were approached to help set it up in that districts.
Wood World Missions has provided 3 sets of Bore Hole for the districts and has helped many locals to attend secondary school in a far district away from their homes. So this project will bring lots of benefit to the area.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mrs Janet Richmond
She is a local Pastor who has been assisting some of those youths in the area for the last 10yrs
Ms Comfort KariKari
She is the project coordnator making sure the builders do their work. She works a long with other committees.
Mr. George Thunder Ayer
Mr Thunder is the Secretary for the project.
one sewing machine will train 3 or 4 girls