Vision of SAVE-Ghana is a society of full dignity, justice, peace and hope for all manner of persons, no matter the economic situation and location of a person.
The mission is to work with the poverty-stricken and vulnerable children, their families and communities in their journey to a life full of dignity, justice, peace and hope.
The strategic objectives of the organization of SAVE-Ghana is guided with our vission of SAVE-Ghana is a society of full dignity, justice, peace and hope.
What he saw was not the poverty that he read about in books and heard people describe- it was human suffering in his face. The people had a boat, but no real friends to sail it with. According to John McGrath they have a lemon; the problem is how to turn it into a lemonade.
The next couple of days were terrible for him, as he thought of what he could do to salvage the situation. he decided to dedicate himself to serving others. Therefore, he abandoned the ship (job) and took the long swim (SAVE-GHANA) to bring even a smile to at least one face.
The organization originally evolved as a Youth Action Club (YAC) led by group of enthusiastic young school leaders who shared a vision of fostering community development by organizing the youth to initiate actions that would contribute to the overall development process of their communities, particularly in the Sissala West and East Districts. Due to the vision and ingenuity of its founding members, YAC was transformed from a community based youth club to a vibrant and proactive local Ghanaian NGO operating in the Upper West Region of Ghana. SAVE-Ghana was registered as a charity organization with registration number G-24,859 under the Ghana Companies Code of 1963 (Act 179) limited by guarantee on 8th July, 2008.
SAVE-Ghana works with rural and deprived communities in the Upper West Region with a focus on promoting the quality delivery of basic social services including education, health, women’s empowerment, sustainable livelihoods for all as well as safe-guarding the rights of women and children in deprived communities. It stated with 5 volunteers and currently has 25 paid staff, 45 community volunteers and 60 online volunteers.
Founder and Team Leader at SAVE-Ghana. Former Research Executive at Millward Brown Group. Studied LLB at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). Studied BSC-Accounting at Institute of Professional Studies, Legon. Went to kanton senior high school.
SAVE-Ghana Head Office,
Tumu, Upper West Region,
Tel: + 233 - 3920 - 21247
Cell Phone + 233 - 392093835
Cell Phone + 233 -209251665
PO Box 74 Tumu Sissala East District
Upper West Region
Ghana West Africa.