ABOUT HOPEWORKS GHANA
Hopeworks Ghana (formally, Ihope) is a youth development organization that is committed to empowering the youth to discover their dreams and aspirations. The organization’s programmes and activities are funded through its own resource mobilization initiatives and by donor communities and individuals who have the development of the youth at heart. It is registered with the Registrar General's Department of Ghana under the Companies Act, 1963. It was established by Mr. Patrick Akuffo.
We build confidence by giving beneficiaries the opportunity to succeed because they are capable of achieving their dreams and aspirations in life. We build strong and lasting relationship with individuals and corporate bodies (governmental, commercial and faith-based organizations) to help us in achieving our goal.
- Committed to empowering the youth to discover and realize their dreams and aspirations.
Hopeworks Ghana employs education, entrepreneurship, technology training and job placement to enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth. The heart of the training programme is technology training.
- To contribute to provision of employable skills.
- To create hope and educational opportunities for disadvantaged youth. This is most important because of the following:
- It is estimated that over 640,632 Ghanaian youth have dropped out of school.
- It is estimated that over 28.5% of the population especially the youth are living in
- To provide entrepreneurial and technological training to the youth.
- To monitor the performances of beneficiaries under its programme.
We empower youth aged from the ages of 17-25years:
- JHS/SHS drop-outs
- Early school drop-outs
Hopeworks Ghana collaborates with the following in achieving our goal:
- Government of Ghana
- Faith-based organizations
- Corporate bodies