AfriKids ambassador June Sarpong joins Sky's Sarah Jane on Sky News Sunrise at 8.15am to talk about her trip to Ghana and the Time2Shine appeal.
June Sarpong on Talk radio. Listen to her interview where she spoke about diversity, equality and the problems children face in Africa.
Using the funds raised from the Radio 4 Appeal
Sustainable change for girls and women: For International Women’s Day, we look at the long-term impact of our charity partnerships on women and girls in Africa
AfriKids launches programme to eradicate spirit child beliefs
INTERVIEW-Ghanaian 'superhero' awarded for work to end 'spirit child' killings
Ghanaian 'Superhero' Awarded for Work to End 'Spirit Child' Killings
Joseph Asakibeem grew up in Kassena Nankana, rural Ghana where children born with disabilities or deformities were believed to be possessed by evil spirits.
Stronger collaboration needed for CBE implementation
Children between the ages of 8 years to 14 years in the Northern and Upper East Regions, who are not in school, have been enrolled under Ghana Complimentary Basic Education (CBE) programme to acquire learning through literacy classes in their own communities.
The Country Director of Afrikids Ghana, Nicholas Kumah has announced plans by the NGO to register beneficiaries of the Complementary Basic Education, CBE onto the NHIS.
A child rights organization (Afrikids) in collaboration with the Ghana health service and other stakeholders in the Upper East Region has commenced a project to promote sex education in seven districts to reduce an alarming teenage pregnancy and unsafe abortion rates in the region.
School children celebrated Ghanaian Independence Day yesterday with a visit from a survivor of the country’s former spirit child killing ritual.
The City & Guilds Group has announced it is providing two grants to charities - AfriKids and St. Giles Trust - the first two investments from its £5m Skills Development Fund.
AfriKids is an internationally award-winning child rights and community development organisation working in northern Ghana to alleviate child suffering and poverty.
In our Social Impact Insights series, we like to highlight the work of incredible, socially motivated individuals who are making a great impact in their communities. Following from our interviews with Nigel Kershaw, Andrea Coleman and Iqbal Wahhab, we sat down with Georgie Fienberg, social entrepreneur and founder of Ghanaian charity AfriKids.
Players of People's Postcode Lottery to support vulnerable children in Ghana.
People's Postcode Lottery has today announced an award of £200,000 from players to AfriKids to help end child marriage and promote child rights in Northern Ghana.
AfriKids UK Head Office:
AfriKids, Unit G05,
The Record Hall,
16-16A Baldwin's Gardens,
AfriKids Ghana Head Office:
PO Box 166
Upper East Region
Registered charity in England and Wales: 1141028
Registered NGO in Ghana: DSW/3024
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