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Empowering Women to Create Change

Women's Empowerment has been a primary focus of our work because it is widely recognized as a primary driver of poverty eradication around the world. Here are some of the ways women’s empowerment has transformed the communities where we work...Read More...

 

Building a Stronger Community

Since 2005 Ojoba Collective has funded social development projects in the villages where we operate. To date, we have funded or co-funded a community library, microcredit fund, adult literacy classes, free health care, malaria education and nets, and famine relief. Read More...

 

Our Green Inititatives

We work with traditional farmers who live in a dry savannah on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert. Climate change, deforestation and erosion are direct threats to their livelihood. We are committed to working on the ground with our producers in Ghana and trying to come up with green, sustainable solutions together. Read More...

 

Overcoming The Poverty Trap

The United Nations created the Milllenium Development Goals as a blueprint for the world's countries  to make unprecedented efforts in helping the world's poor to rise above the cruel conditions of extreme poverty by 2015. These extreme conditions are referred to as a "Poverty Trap," because it is difficult for individuals to overcome the systemic causes of extreme poverty on their own.Here's how we've done in our small corner of the Upper East Region in Ghana, W. Africa in addressing these goals...Read More...

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