The After School Program is a network for children, aiming to build a bridge between young people and the future. Specifically, it will be a necessary like between children and their community.
Currently, there are no clear after-school programs in the Gbawe community. As such, school-aged children are unable to access the assistance that they may require for full development. Due to this, they suffer various setbacks, in terms of their academic, social, physical, and creative achievement.
This program is being designed in four areas in mind: academics, socialization, creativity, and health promotion to assist children in the community. It is geared towards elementary school children to help supplement and compliment their learning.
The project will be beneficial to children and Student tutors. By sharing knowledge and skills to the younger children they will learning valuable life skills that will assist their own lives academically, socially, professionally and the children.
Funding such a program will be a great challenge given the conditions of the community and even of the nation. However, all efforts will be made to keep the costs of the program at a minimum. - Philip Appiah, Co-founder/Executive Director
Total Funding Received to Date: £197
Remaining Goal to be Funded: £2,393
Total Funding Goal: £2,590