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Reproductive health Education in schools
Dolly Foundation works with over 50 schools within the Municipality on sexuality and their reproductive right of young people. Our friendly approach give young people the openness to talk to us about sex and sexual life.
The objectives of sex education are:

Dolly Foundation is proud to provide its Mentorship Program to local Junior High Schools in Assin Foso. The program is annually supported by Vital Voices Global mentoring program .  Dolly Foundation works with over 30 public schools and partner with Ghana Education Girls unit at Assin Municipal Education. Our program rebuild Girls confidence, give them sense  responsibility, motivation, and determination to overcome their own personal circumstances. The program emphasizes the importance of high school academics in ensuring Senior High School entrance. We focuses on consistency and measurable results based, mentor-student meetings and progress reports. Through the program 15 girls build up their confidence and now secured scholarship to complete Senior High.

The 2017 SDGs awareness tour under the theme; “The world we want” In Partnership with BIK Libraries kicked started on the 28th of January, 2017 at Abakrampa senior high school, a coed school in the Central Region of Ghana. Two hundred students were in attendance, which comprised of eighty males and one hundred and eighty females. The program was scheduled to start at 11 am and end at 12 noon. The program kicked off with the opening remarks read by the Head prefect of the Senior High school, he spoke on “The awareness of student when it comes to Sustainable Development Goals”.

As many as 186 million children aged from five to 17years are child labourers, 85 millions in Hazardous work. Children who work are often separated from their families, exposed to dangerous substance, harsh working conditions and higher risk of mistreatment. Many never go to school or drop.

Labour is a primary factor of production. The size of a nation’s labour force is determined by the size of it adults either population or the extent to which the adult are either working or are prepared to offer their labour for wages.

Dolly foundation Ghana on Wednesday 8th March, 2017 officially launched the Project themed ‘WE BELIEVE IN GHANA’s YOUTH’ which is a 6-month innovation and entrepreneurship tour on various college and university campuses across Ghana. The project kicked started with University of Ghana, Legon. It was held in the auditorium of the Law School. The program started at 2pm and ended at 4pm. It began with an introductory speech by Ama Serwaa Sarkodie-Mensah, the co-founder of Dolly foundation and Kafui Quashigah, the President of The Law School Union.

On the 16 of June, 2011, Dolly Foundation together with Worldview Mission a UN contracted NGO Organization collaborated to marked the International Day of the African child. The celebration was the 2 international day of the African child marked. The first was marked by World Vision International. Dolly foundation a local N.G.O in Assin Foso marked the Day. Theme of the international day of the African child was ‘’ALL TOGETHER, AN URGENT ACTION FOR STREET CHILDREN.

Our Project is registered with Girl Up .Brain Girl Academy Award is a new initiative by Miss Rosina Akourkor Teye, Director of Dolly Foundation. The project is about identifying girls who has excelled in their examination and award them with a citation and certain basic items to encourage them to do their best. These girls are going to be selected from their upper primary educational level. The aim is to identify 20 girls from 10 public schools who has pass well in their third term promotional examination, to congratulate them of their extraordinary academic performance. In My communities most girls drop out of school after completing the upper primary, some of these girls are forced to early marriage or a sent to become domestic maid in the big cities.


We buy a lot of clothes throughout the year. And if we notice, a good amount of clothes lie untouched in our wardrobes. Why dump them when there are millions of under-privileged people in this world struggling to get enough bread to live for the next day, enough rag to cover themselves away from humiliation and enough shelter that promises them some hope for tomorrow. Please, donate your old clothes to orphanages or old age homes, or randomly you can find clothes donation drives near you. We can provide for them, we can make their smiles less painful. Don’t dump, donate old clothes.

The current health system in Ghana is unfair and inefficient. Every Ghanaian citizen pays for the NHIS through VAT, but as many as 82% remain excluded. Twice as many rich people are signed up to the NHIS as poor people. 64% of the rich are registered compared with just 29% of the poorest. With only approximately 5 USD the poorest get access to the health care system for 1 year.