Giving to Charity and supporting Small

In the last decade, global volunteering hours and global charity donations, referred to as ‘global giving’ has been in decline, including in countries with a long history of philanthropy such as the UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, and the Netherlands. Combined with the economic pressures of the Covid-19 crisis, disposable income for charity giving may become …

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The School Supplies project – why so important?

Learning is an intangible process, the diffusion of information and understanding from knowledgeable, patient teachers to engaged and enthusiastic students. This is the learning environment that Homeland Ghana strives for – by providing training and workshops in order to maximise teachers’ capabilities and understanding of student needs while minimising other stressors and challenges in children’s …

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Women in STEM: Make Yourself Seen

In Ghana, a girl’s struggle towards STEM starts right from the word go. Lack of role models for girls in schools, hostile school environments documented as sexual harassment from male students and inadequate institutional facilities, and culturally enforced gender roles – the issues that Homeland Ghana works tirelessly to fight – make it harder for girls to progress through their education.