PROaid Africa Projects(Ghana)
BLOSSOM WHERE YOU ARE PLANTED... A BLAST FROM THE PAST!
– History of PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana)
Ghana is a Culture-
On the 16th of June 2011, PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana) was registered and established, intending to reach out to the continent of Africa as a real beacon of hope to the hundreds of million of people suffering from the devastating upshot of poverty. The main target is to cater to the orphans, street children, trafficked children, people living with disabilities, poor people, and communities at large.
Our dream is to build a framework wherein we can reach out to the very typical villages and communities where poverty is striking with fierce, and to identify the very root of this paucity. PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana) was launched, and Board of Directors inaugurated on the 1st of July 2011 at the Cape Coast Polytechnic Campus, Cape Coast, Ghana (West Africa), to reinforce the fight against Poverty.
Ghana’s population is totalling approximately 24 million people, from 10 regions
and 9 tribes, speaking 49 different languages. It is made up of very few cities,
many towns, and numerous villages. People from all walks of life spread over the
length and breadth of the country. Ghana is not just a third world country-
To eliminate this gigantic deficiency, Our Goal is to provide shelter, food, free
and basic education, vocational and technical training and a vibrant self-
Nevertheless, amid Ghana’s adverse poverty, the country is described as and in reality
is “... a Bird Watcher’s Paradise, an Eco-
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In the year 1981, December 12, Patrick Ankai-
Between 1983 and 1993 Patrick, as popularly called, had his preparatory and primary education and continued his Junior High School from 1993 to 1996 all on the University of Cape Coast Landscape (Cape Coast, Ghana). Along his years in grade 5 thru grade 9, even till 2000 when he completed his Senior High School education, he had the passion to travel, visits tourists sites and work as a volunteer. This syndicate spirit sprang up from his childhood days when work in the house was always his hobby, fun time and delegated to him alone, voluntarily.
In December 2000, Patrick successfully completed his major course of study at Mankessim
Senior Technical School, as a Building and Construction Student. During this same
period he had correspondence with volunteers who were in Ajumako-
Patrick went back to his village for holidays and once again met new volunteers,
from U.S.A, Netherlands and other countries all enlisted to serve the people of his
hometown. He was pleased to serve with them as an interpreter. In August 2001 he
worked with a Norwegian lady who came as a volunteer through S.Y.T.O to Ajumako-
As a official volunteer from 2001, Patrick always loved to help other volunteers
who desire to help his country, find a successful niche to going about volunteering
peacefully and very fulfilling. Later in 2003, he became the Project Manager for
Bright Future Projects Ghana (B.F.P.G), which was solely responsible for catering
for children in Ajumako-
Bright Future Projects Ghana (B.F.P.G) is now a sister and baby N.G.O to PROaid Africa Projects, fulfilling the slogan “Blossom where you are planted...”.
His love for buildings and creativity increased his ability to observe and solve difficult questions in construction and building in his high school days. Forwarded, he pursued his tertiary education at the Cape Coast Polytechnic in H.N.D Civil Engineering and completed in July 2010.
The idea and feeling to spread his desire to help alleviate people from poverty stricken communities in Ghana gave birth to PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana), which is currently operating in Ghana. It is his hope that it will quickly extend to countries surrounding Ghana and also to Nigeria, where he served as a volunteer for two years. To the extra, he felt the need to establish an organisation that will aim at reaching out to such societies across the continent.
The following points generated from his rich social experiences below illustrate the links to his desires:
Secretary, PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana)
PROaid Africa Projects (Ghana)
#10 Downing Ville, Ola Estate, Cape Coast, Ghana
Charity Registration Number: G-
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Telephone Numbers: 00233-
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