The support that Homeland Ghana offers to those we work with are:

  1. Supply of educational materials to schools.
  2. Formation of empowerment and social clubs.
  3. Sensitisation on reproductive health and child rights.
  4. Community livelihood empowerment.
  5. Creation of an enabling school environment for learning.


In wanting to motivate and empower the students, Homeland Ghana supports the Step Through Empowerment Programme Network (STEP) in the Upper East region of Ghana. STEP is a non-governmental organization engaged in youth training in leadership and is run by secondary school teacher Francis Agilinko. STEP believes that the bane of development in Africa and for that matter Ghana is leadership. Its target population is secondary school students and church youth. STEP hopes to instil in them a sense of responsibility to duty, truthfulness, and commitment to whatever they find themselves doing. In the month of July, STEP organized its first training seminar and about 56 student leaders were in attendance.

Phone: 0242857196/0203838335