GaDangme of Greater Houston supports the children of Dogo Elementary School in Ada, Ghana
The Dogo Elementary School project in Ada, Ghana is a vital community resource for school age children who otherwise will not be able to attend school due to overcrowding – As you can see in the first photograph, the kids are really ready to learn, but they are packed in the classroom with so many kids crowding one small desk which allows no elbow room even to write! Most of them are not so lucky to have an inch of the crowded space in that classroom so no school! We care for more than 200 school children a year in space that was originally designed for only 50 school children. The project will involve continuation of our new construction of over 2,000 square feet that will provide up-to-date classrooms and expanded veranda for extra curriculum activities.
The main goal is to offer spacious modernized school facility with dignity in a timely manner for these school age children. We have started the building and their new school facility is now in the plastering stages. We desperately need your donation (100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to the project) to help put in the flooring, windows, doors and other finishing touches to have ready for us to install the desks and chairs which we have already procured.
Please help make a difference in the world by contributing to the success of this superb effort, for “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste.”