Kirsten Fast

I participated in the medical volunteer program in Ghana, where I volunteered at Asokwa Children’s hospital. They rotated me around the different departments of the hospital: emergency ward, taking vitals, pharmacy, and lab, so I got to experience a little bit of everything. It was definitely a great learning experience, and I honestly feel like […]

Kasandra Capretta

Ghana, all in all, is an amazing country. Loads of friendly faces always smiling, and the people behind those smiles are always wanting to help. The city of Kumasi, with a population close to 2 million, is something I like to refer to as a city that never sleeps. It’s a busy place filled with […]

Johanna

The decision to volunteer and to give time, money and my heart to those who weren’t quite so lucky in life turned out to be an AMAZING experience that re-shaped my view of the world. I love to travel and to get completely lost in the moment. So also this time I didn’t prepare beside […]

Anna Wiese

Teaching and Assisting in School I spent a month living with a host family in Ghana when I was in high school, two years ago. It was the first time I had traveled alone to a foreign country. It was a great learning experience and gave my the opportunity to grow in my understanding of […]

Christine Pace

A few months ago, I took a blind leap, not knowing what to expect, and signed up to volunteer in Ghana for 2 months. I had never volunteered overseas and had never been to Africa. I was placed by the Lv local team in Ghana to work with children at Cherubs Orphanage. To say that […]

Jessee Clauson

Ghana stole my heart. I cannot explain how sacred this journey was. Not only did I become a member of a beautiful family of 50 children; but I gained a much better understanding of myself and the world around me.As Americans, our worth and happiness is based upon our materialist mindsets. We all fall victim […]

Matt Taylor

I spent three incredible weeks in the Ashanti region of Ghana teaching English and Maths at a local village school. It was an absolute pleasure to travel at such an affordable cost to do the work that I love in such an exotic country that had always been my dream to visit!   The majority of my time on the project was […]

Olivia St. John

I spent three amazing weeks in Ghana; it was my first time volunteering abroad and what an unforgettable experience it was. I travelled to Ghana with a friend and we stayed with Sally and Nana whom are wonderful, they made us both feel very welcome and contributed greatly to the amazing experience we both had. […]

Empowering Young Mothers Initiative

Our Empowering Young Mothers Initiative is focused on promoting positive behavioral change in young mothers, their immediate families and wider society. This group addresses the stigmatisation experienced by young mothers after they give birth, and the difficulty they experience taking care of themselves and their newborn, on the limited funds they have.

Change Makers Ambassadors Club

The Change Makers Ambassadors Club (CMAC) is a club aimed at 12 – 20 year old females from disadvantaged communities. Whilst our Empowering Young Mothers Initiative aims to ensure young mothers are equipped to overcome the difficulties experienced by teenage pregnancies, the CMAC was founded to ensure that young women make well-informed decisions so that they may not experience these same difficulties.

About SFLIG

Solutions for Life Initiative – Ghana is a non-government organization aimed at providing education for some of the most vulnerable in our society – particularly girls and young mothers – so that they may become leaders of change for future generations.
 

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Solution For Life - Ghana P.O.Box MD 2504, Madina-Accra
Digital Address: CG-0910-1651 Krispol City Road, Ghana

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