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Mohammed Osman Malik is a mathematical science major at the University for Development Studies, and is going into his second year of university in September. But seven years ago, just completing junior high school was difficult for him as his more »
When we set out in 2007 to help improve the living conditions of the rural poor, one of our main objectives was to help poor children have access to quality education. I knew as a poor child myself that there more »
Send a gift of love to your mothers and loved ones this year to say, “Thank you, Sweet Mother.” Donate to us in someone else’s name during this fundraiser and we’ll send them a gift! We will send them either more »
Our Country Director, Kwabena Danso, recently won the Airtel “Touching Lives” award in Ghana. Danso was a guest on a local talk show that made this short documentary about his life and The Yonso Project.
The Akrofoso community is a farming community with a total population of about 1500 inhabitants. The town is located within the Sekyere Afram Plains District of the Asante Region of Ghana. The community is blessed with two schools with a more »
The idea of an American innovator provides income for the deprived villages. Text and translation from Finnish: Petri Vanhanen Photos: Meeri Koutaniemi Published in Ympäristö-lehti 6/2011 Copyright Ympäristö-lehti 2011. All Rights Reserved. View the original article as a PDF Mr. more »
Last fall, YP Country Director Kwabena Danso was chosen as a YouthActionNet Global Fellow by the International Youth Foundation. Here is Danso speaking with the IYF about the Yonso Project, development in Ghana, and how his outlook has been shaped more »