"A mind is a terrible thing to waste” and Education Impact Family Group believes that every person should have a chance to obtain education through all available resources. A library offers the opportunity for self-motivated learning and independent knowledge-seeking for all Ghanaian citizenry.
Joe Green/Dome' Pillar II Community Library
Education Impact Family Group opened the Joe Green - Dome' Pillar II Community Library on Sunday, 1 April 2012.
This is a pilot effort to examine the viability of opening community library facilities and achieving our future plans to add satellite libraries to other locations throughout Ghana especially the rural areas.
School Supply Project
Education Impact Family Group conducts School Supply Give-Away projects with a huge distribution of much-needed school supplies i.e., computers, notebooks, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, glue, rulers, chalk, scissors and a whole lot of smiles to and average of 500 students in numerous area schools and communities throughout Accra. This project is assisted by the Alexandria District Rotary Club in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Education Impact Family Group is Ghana’s most unique NGO, and our name says it all! Our sole mission as a non-profit organization is to make a most positive impact on the education of Ghanaian citizenry. By providing and making available educational resources and materials, our intent is to encourage self-motivated learning and endorse independent knowledge-seeking in our communities.
A literate community is defined by “those who have learned to learn. They know how to learn because they know how knowledge is organized, how to find information and how to use information so that others can learn from them. “They are people prepared for lifelong learning because they can always find the information needed for any task or decision at hand”. ~September 25-26, 2006 ALA, 2000
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."
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Louisiana Loves Ghana “Keep Ghana Clean” Project
Oyarifa, Accra, Ghana
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Ghana has been ranked the fifth most cholera endemic country in the world. Cholera is an infectious disease that is attributed to unsanitary conditions and the lack of adequate education on the causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention of this very serious malady.
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