Category Archives: Press Center

Bryan Acheampong Foundation Renovates 10 Unit Classroom Block for Pepease R/C Primary School

Bryan Acheampong Foundation (BAF) a renowned Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) that leads the development agenda of Kwahu East District in the Eastern region, as part of it schools project has renovated a 10-unit classroom block for Pepease R/C primary school. Speaking at the ceremony to hand over the renovated school project to the headmistress, Mr. […]

Abene Methodist school receives computers from Bryan Acheampong Foundation volunteer

Nesi Laros, an Israeli Volunteer with Bryan Acheampong Foundation, has donated one desktop computer and a laptop to Abene Methodist primary school. Mr Rockson Dutenya, head of volunteer support unit at the Foundation, who presented the computers on Thursday, January 24, 2018, said the gesture was aimed at promoting teaching and learning at the Abene […]

Holiday school: Volunteers take pupils through creative Arts, science, sports and English

Holiday school are usually a period during which schools are on break and no classes are held. A time for recreation and leisure, a period where one spends time away from home. Here in Kwahu East, school children on break had a better opportunity to study. Volunteers from eight different countries took pupils through creative […]

Bryan Acheampong Foundation opens Gari Processing Centre at Nteso

Bryan Acheampong Foundation (BAF) has opened a Gari Processing Centre at Nteso in the Kwahu East District of the Eastern Region. The facility, which was renovated and equipped by the Foundation, is to enable the people in the predominantly cassava growing community to add value to their produce and reduce post -harvest losses. The Bryan […]

Bryan Acheampong Foundation, GHS holds mental health sensitization

Health team at Bryan Acheampong Foundation held durbars and conducted video shows in 8 communities in Kwahu East District to sensitize citizens on mental illness and the rights of persons with mental illness. This is to sensitize the youth and general population on consumption of harmful drugs such as tramadol and screen for mental disorders, […]

Bryan Acheampong Foundation(BAF) renovates 7unit classroom block; hands over to Nkwatia SDA Primary School

Under the Bryan Acheampong Schools Project (BASP) a 7unit classroom block has been renovated and officially handed over to the Nkwatia SDA Primary school in the Kwahu East District. The project comes as part of the organizations’ effort to assist schools in dilapidated state. The project which was completed within two months and a week […]

Two volunteers renovate 3 classroom block for Abetifi D/A Primary school

Bryan Acheampong Foundation’s two foreign volunteers, Laura Neimantas and Axel Combos both from England and France respectively have renovated 3-unit Classroom block at the Abetifi D/A primary school. The pupils can now have a sigh of relief following the renovation of this new classroom blocks to replace their dilapidated structure. The initial state of the […]

Luna Veronique Stapper donates Teaching and Learning materials to 2 schools in Kwahu East

An Atlas Volunteer, Veronique Luna Stapper in collaboration with her mum , Marike Kruize has gifted educational materials to some basic schools in Kwahu East. They are Suminakese Methodist Primary school, Nkwatia Methodist Primary and JHS school. The items which include plastic draws and bars, sports items, books, pens, pencils worth GH¢18, 000.00 were presented […]

Bryan Acheampong Foundation offers legal education to the public to promote access to justice for all

Bryan Acheampong Foundation in collaboration with the Kwahu East District Legal Aid Scheme is running a legal education campaign on radio to promote access to justice. The 3 months’ intensive program seeks to provide public education on legal matters and empower the vulnerable to advocate for their rights. The education also aims to ensure respect […]

World Toilet Day: Open defecation is a threat to our lives

According to World Health Organisation in 2015, around 2.4 billion people live without sanitation and one out of ten people has no option, but to openly defecate. Lack of sanitation access has an impact on the dignity, safety and health of people. The day emphasizes on the significance of adequate sanitation and commends for access […]