Empowering Communities.

Ending Poverty.

We work together with community leaders in rural Ghana to enable children, families and communities to end poverty. 

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As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to grow in Ghana, GHEI is deeply concerned about the impact it could have on vulnerable communities in rural areas of the country. COVID-19 poses an imminent threat to populations who have inadequate access to health services, have limited capacities and opportunities to cope and adapt, and have limited or no access to technologies. Moreover, the outbreak has the potential to erode development gains made over the years.


Therefore, it is imperative to strengthen preparedness and prevention measures to mitigate the ongoing threat of COVID-19 in rural Ghana.


To support preparedness of local health officials and partners in the local municipality, we are partnering with One Day's Wages to implement the Safe Villages Project, a 12-month multifaceted strategy that will save lives and help villages prepare for the health, educational and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our response to COVID-19 is informed by GHEI's substantial expertise in public health work and lessons learned.

2019 Annual Report

With your support in 2019, we empowered more than 3000 people in rural Ghana by providing access to essential healthcare and education services. Together, we helped them build a better life for themselves, their families, and their communities. Download the 2019 Annual Report to learn how. 


Our Work

Our evidence-based health and education programs work hand-in-hand to empower communities in the Bibiani-Anwiaso-Bekwai (BAB) Municipality of Ghana to build a future where children free from illiteracy and illness can realize their full potential. 
Whether preventing childhood illness or promoting learning success, we are committed to finding the most innovative solutions to the health and education needs of our communities, even if it requires challenging established limits. 
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