World Vision Ghana presents farm inputs to 200 vulnerable farmers
A study concluded that 80% of smallholder farmers into maize, rice, sorghum, and soybean in Garu and Tempane Districts were affected by Covid-19
World Vision supports Ghana Health Service in COVID-19 response
World Vision Ghana provided PPE and IET materials to Ghana Health Service in support of the fight against the prevalence of COVID-19 in Ghana.
World Vision launches 17 country coronavirus response
World Vision is delivering protection equipment and supplies in Asia, and will now also focus on countries including Afghanistan, DR Congo, Iraq, Haiti and Syria
World Vision Ghana 2019 Annual Report
World Vision Ghana's annual report highlights our achievements and challenges, as well as stories that showcase our impact from October 2018 to September 2019
Children fighting to end child marriage
Working together, the government, INGOs, Donors, Traditional leaders, faith leaders and children launch a report outlining violence against children.
Limited access to proper sanitation, insufficient and/or irregular supplies of food put many children in Ghana at risk, physically, every day. At the same time, low literacy levels coupled with high rates of child marriage, child labour and female genital mutilation make it difficult for many children to live life to their fullest, achieve their dreams and prepare for their future.
Our teams of dedicated development professionals have been working in Ghana since 1979 to build a better world for children, their families and their communities. We partner with parents, like-minded organizations, faith leaders and the government to address the underlying causes of poverty and injustice in order to build a better world for all children in Ghana.
World Vision Ghana Annual Review 2019
See the immediate and lasting impact of our work on children, their families and their communities through this in-depth report.
Re-greening land in Ghana