Our mission is to bring volunteers from all over the world to help our deprived communities. When you travel to the remote area’s in Ghana, all that you see are children schooling under trees, homeless and unsafe water supplies. It’s our dream to bring them to a proper care. We know we can’t do it all by ourselves, but we will try our best to do all that we can.
There are many children in Ghana who need help and it saddens our hearts when we visit them and see them roaming about in town without a proper home or education.
MANKIND GHANA FOUNDATION (M.G.F); we are a non-governmental or non-profitable organization who want to concentrate only on Ghana’s problems. This organization is based specifically on an exchange program whereby people from all over the world can come to Ghana and help change the people’s lives in these deprived areas. We hope anyone who wants to change the lives of any of these needy children will sign up. That is not all, we also have some other projects that volunteers will love and will also benefit the communities of Ghana; it will be very fulfilling to create these relationships between people from different countries and that will help us a long way. Everyone is welcome to participate in any of our development programs through volunteering.
PURPOSE; Mankind Ghana foundation(m.f.g.) is a voluntary intercultural learning and exchange program because we believe that when we give people the chance to volunteer in our country, Ghana, it will bring more joy to the children in these deprived communities. Just by bringing the volunteers will even motivate the children in these communities in Ghana.
VISION; Our vision can only come about by the help of volunteers by volunteering in the rural communities, hospital, schools and orphanages.
We foresee this organization to be a great development for so many Ghanaian children. Secondly Mankind Ghana foundation will like to introduce education in these rural villages by;
1. Building of infrastructure for learning.
2. Placing volunteers in the communities to help them learn.
3. Making the children feel hopeful of their future.