Hope Week is an annual charity initiative that seeks to spread the message of hope and restore hope to the less fortunate in deprived communities in Ghana. It is an opportunity to learn about the needs of the communities and make a consistent effort in restoring hope to the communities. It is targeted at disadvantaged children/families.


The CHPS Project is a project that seeks to identify deprived CHPS Compounds in rural communities in Ghana and equip them with basic medical items/equipment and other consumables. This is to contribute to Government’s effort in improving access to health care delivery in rural Ghana and to bridge equity gaps in accessing quality health care services.


About 127 unemployed youth between the ages of 17 – 24 years from 4 communities in the Greater Accra Region have benefitted from the Interior Decoration project under the Youth Inclusive Entrepreneurial Development Initiative for Employment (YIEDIE), a project by MasterCard Foundation. These communities include Teshie, Accra Newtown, Amasaman and Nungua


Ye! Dialogue is an event organized every quarter to that provide networking opportunities to young and aspiring entrepreneurs. It provides a single platform for entrepreneurs to network, share ideas, find business opportunities, show business ventures to other entrepreneurs and investors, receive knowledge and tips from other entrepreneurs and build contacts. It connects entrepreneurs to various resources and opportunities to support the growth of their enterprises and dreams.