Weʼve raised £75 to Homeland Ghana
- Sandema, Upper East Region, Ghana
- Funded on Thursday, 14th September 2017
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Rhoda Agilinko, a Politics and International Relations graduate, an aspiring lawyer and philanthropist has launched the “Homeland Ghana Project” in Sandema in the Upper East region of Ghana. The focus of the project is to provide educational materials and resources to institutions to help young people realise their full potential. Her interest in humanitarian work can be traced to her upbringing and interest in issues about fairness, justice, and equality in Ghana where she was born and brought up before she came to the United Kingdom at the age of 8. Rhoda sees the potential Ghana has to be a leader in the continent of Africa and wants to be a part of that change. Accomplished areas of work so far include the donation and shipment of school resources to Siniensi Primary school.
“It could have been me in need of somebody’s help in this exact way and so I must do whatever I can, wherever I am, whenever I can, for as long as I can with whatever I have to try to make a difference.”
Homeland Ghana Website: https://homelandghana.org/
- 1 year ago
Rhoda Apent1 year ago
If we place cheap value on human life and say we love God, we lie. Value for life is the reason for good hospitals, roads, education, security etc for those who need it most. Please continue to support. Love, Rhoda
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Sandema, Upper East Region, Ghana
Homeland Ghana is a Non-Governmental Organization helping to validate the aspirations of young people across Ghana, one region at a time.