World Vision Ghana welcomes Laura as National Director

On June 5, 2023, at the World Vision Head Office in Accra, Laura Del Valle walked into her first meeting with staff. It was a weekly policy-sharing meeting where staff met to discuss the week’s events and other pending tasks. The outgoing National Director, Dickens Thunde, warmly welcomed Laura in an opening statement. "We welcome you, and we are delighted you accepted to work with World Vision Ghana and with this wonderful team," he said.

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World Vision Ghana honoured by the government of Ghana at National Honours and Awards 2023

The President of the Republic of Ghana, H.E Nana Akufo-Addo, conferred national honours on World Vision Ghana for its contribution towards containing the spread of COVID-19. The institution was among the list of distinguished individuals and deserving institutions who played various roles in the fight against the pandemic.  

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Sponsor Visit

The Power of Chosen

The West African Regional Leader, Carla Denizard shares her experience with her sponsored children in Wa, Upper West Region of Ghana.

According to Carla, the manner and warmth with which her sponsored children received her define the power of CHOSEN. Chosen empowers vulnerable children to choose their own sponsors for a life-changing relationship.

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World Vision Ghana & VisionFund Ghana Board joint field visit

Engaging Community Members in Commercial Crops & Seedlings

The Boards of World Vision Ghana & VisionFund Ghana embarked on a field visit to the Northern Regional Operations, specific communities within the West Gonja Area Programme. The purpose of the Joint Board visit was to monitor field interventions, interact with project beneficiaries, provide feedback for programmes, ensure continuous quality improvement and help strengthen projects and programmes integration between the two sister organizations.

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Empowered and resilient communities; key to development

Kwasi Addae, a community located in the Afram Plains North District is an example of an empowered and resilient community steering its development. Through education and capacity building by World Vision in Ghana, the community has come to understand the need to champion initiatives to achieve development. As a result, the community members have instituted the Community Care Coalition Group led by the Chief of Kwasi Addae community.

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Victory Kids’ Club; Heart of Odomase Community

The kids’ Club is an initiative by World Vision to bolster the education and development of children in Area Programmes (APs). Through the club, children share ideas on issues facing them, and their communities and suggest ways to address them.

The Victory Kids’ Club in Odomase Community is one of the most outstanding Clubs in Afram Plains AP. This Kids’ Club usually meet to exchange ideas, communicate and take the floor to express themselves which has strengthened and improved their level of self-confidence.

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The joy of child sponsorship for Gertrude and her community

Fifteen-year-old Gertrude describes how excited she was when she first received a gift from PM International.

Through sponsorship, PM International funded World Vision to construct water systems in Gertrude's community to ensure that there is availability of safe drinking water for consumption and washing of hands.

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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.  

30.2 million

Population, total


Capital City

60.4 billion

GDP (current US$)
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2022 Annual Report

Learn about how our work contributed towards improvement in the well-being of children in Ghana throughout our 2022 fiscal year (October 2021 - September 2022). 

It is our hope that as you read this year's impact report, you would reflect on the goodness of God and would be encouraged to continue to join hands with us to do even more this year and in the years to come.

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Empowering Children through Community Development