Roofless classrooms

These are some of the reasons why we are going to Ghana. To make a big impact in the lives of the little ones. https://www.gofundme.com/projectghanaeddie

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Article by Joy Online. http://www.myjoyonline.com/news/2016/February-29th/roofless-classroms-of-agandaa-primary-school.php

3 Months to go


The Project Ghana Team is excited to go make a big difference in the little town of Lolito, Ghana, empowering K-6 grade students. Help us make a difference!

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In Ghana, School Absenteeism And Poverty Go Hand-in-Hand

In the West African country of Ghana, 98 percent of the country’s primary and secondary students are enrolled in school, but in some areas, a significant number do not attend classes regularly.

According to educators and government officials, poverty is the major reason Ghanaian students miss school a lot. Despite the country’s strong middle class, the average annual family income is only about $3,000 U.S. dollars. That means many students across Ghana live in grinding poverty and must help their families by working in the markets, on farms or on fishing boats instead of going to school

Read article by  at http://news.wypr.org/post/ghana-school-absenteeism-and-poverty-go-hand-hand#stream/