In 2013, we had the privilege of partnering with Old Oduansi School in Ghana, where there are 2 small classrooms that accommodate 60 students. Working with our in-country coordinator, Nana Aggrey-Fynn, we have made great progress to ensure the students have access to the best education possible. With your support, we have completed a desk construction project, uniform distribution initiative, and the building of 4 new toilets.
The ultimate measure of our projects is whether they are sustainable, and able to grow. Ultimately, it is the teachers, students, and community that will control the destiny of their learning environment. Therefore, I am traveling to Ghana to see how Unlock Foundation can continue to be a productive partner in their efforts, and how can we can grow as an organization.
You can follow my journey here, on our facebook page, and on twitter.