The List of Nonprofit Organizations in Tema, Ghana

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Youth Empowerment for Leadership Foundation

Box TA 51, Taifa - Accra, Tema
YELF is an empowerment revolutionary movement for youth in Ghana and Africa that seeks to assert the power of the youth in numbers, energy and imagination to transform Ghana and Africa to be the beaco...
 Verified+4  Years with us

Dry Tears Foundation

Maxwell House, Nii Tetteh Amui Street, Hse. No. ANT/Z3/A044A, Tema
Improving the quality of life of needy children, orphans and street children, through education and other integrated development programs.
 Verified+5  Years with us
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The New Generation Of African Entrepreneurs

Golf City, Ashaiman Roundabout, Tema
African Entrepreneurs Hub is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote and foster entrepreneurship. It offers a range of programs and services to help local start-ups and small and medium enterp...

Schooleen

No. 58, Kings Street, Comm. 20, Tema
Schooleen.com provides information on the latest scholarship programs couple with job vacancies across Ghana, and Africa.
 Verified+5  Years with us

Nonprofit Organizations in Ghana are organizations that are dedicated to providing services that benefit the people, environment, and communities of Ghana. These organizations are typically driven by a mission to serve the public interest and typically do not seek to make a profit. These organizations are typically funded by donations, grants, and other charitable contributions. Nonprofit organizations in Ghana work to provide services ranging from education, health care, and poverty alleviation to environmental protection, human rights advocacy, and community development initiatives.

Nonprofit Organizations in Ghana strive to create a positive and lasting impact on the people and communities they serve, by providing essential services and resources, advocating for the rights of the vulnerable, and working to promote a more equitable society.
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