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Generation Equality Program

GoFundMe  to keep Ghanaian Girls in School

Renel Ghana Foundation has set up the GoFundMe project to support the Generation Equality Project. We believe Education is a transformative tool to bridge the inequality gap across the globe. Tracking the enrollment, retention and completion rates of males and females in Ghana, we found out that, although the enrollment rates are increasing for females, the retention and completion rates are still relatively low. This is due to barriers such as such as early marriage, pregnancy, poverty, cultural beliefs, sexual harassment, and lack of access to school infrastructure and transportation. 

By guaranteeing Ghanaian girls’ access to education through supporting their educational needs, we want to keep Ghanaian girls in school by raising an amount of $30,000.

Let’s empower the next generation together!

Kindly donate, support or help this campaign to reach its goal.

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International Disability Day

This International Disability Day, we celebrate the strengths and contributions of persons with disabilities. Let’s remove barriers, build accessibility, and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals together especially in education. We at Renel Ghana Foundation as the leading agency of Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition continue to influence policies, implement projects and programs to ensure a quality and inclusive education for all children living with disability.


Jeremia Attaochu Visits Dorothy Tsekpor

Jeremiah Attaochu an American Football Player and a Partner of Renel Ghana Foundation as part of his working visit to Ghana on projects monitoring and evaluation visited Dorothy Tsekpor one of the girls, he is supporting through Renel Ghana Foundation to achieve her educational dreams to become a doctor. She is currently in her second year and offering General Science at Daffor Senior High in the Volta Region. This is in line with Renel’s Girls Educational support in achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 which seeks to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. This goal supports the reduction of disparities and inequities in education in terms of access and quality.

Technical and Vocational Education

Under the Renel Girls reintegration into mainstream education, TVET and Skills empowerment, Renel empowered Leticia korlekwor kisseh to complete a 2-year Hairdressing and wig cap course at Ada Foah in the Ada East districts of Ghana with funding support from Jeremiah Attaouchu an American Football player . We are working on establishing her to be on her to be role model and support other teenage girls in her community.



The Renel Ghana Foundation team led by Morgan Elizabeth in collaboration with Mahei Barikisu paid a courtesy visit to Tema west (Adjei Kojo electoral area Community) to engage School Heads and some stakeholders as part of our upcoming Generation equality Campaign to promote Girl Child education and the need for Gender balance.



Renel Ghana Foundation proposed site for Renel TVET Village