The Maalgo Project
Supporting education through sustainable change in poor rural communities of Ghana
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“And whoever gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones….will surely not lose his reward.”
- Matthew 10:42
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Who We Are

The Maalgo Project is changing the learning experience for youth in Ghana thanks to the generous supporters, volunteers and donors who open their hearts to give. Together, we are changing lives.

The Maalgo Project is changing the learning experience for youth in Ghana thanks to the generous supporters, volunteers and donors who open their hearts to give. Together, we are changing lives.

What We Do

We aim to make education accessible to rural communities by providing them with the resources necessary to thrive, from solar powered water stations to sustainable learning facilities.

We aim to make education accessible to rural communities by providing them with the resources necessary to thrive, from solar powered water stations to sustainable learning facilities.

Who We Help

Youth under the age of 18 make up nearly half of the population in Vea, Ghana. Their access to education is limited due to a lack of resources, including necessities like food, water and supplies.

Youth under the age of 18 make up nearly half of the population in Vea, Ghana. Their access to education is limited due to a lack of resources, including necessities like food, water and supplies.

Our Impact

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Families receive clean water daily

Built solar powered water station

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New school under construction

Educational supplies provided to all students and teachers

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Lives changed in Vea, Ghana, and more communities to come

Daily lunch program implemented for health and mental acuity

Maalgo, It Means Progress

Before The Maalgo Project, access to education was challenging and attendance at school was dropping dramatically. Food shortages at the end of the dry season—on top of hours spent walking in search of clean water—left children with little to no energy.

Children have a strong desire to learn, but when they were able to attend, they were forced to share desks or sit on the floor, and did not have the right materials.

Now, not only have donations brought water, lunches and school supplies to children but these efforts have also increased enrollment. The Maalgo Project will continue its ongoing efforts to make sustainable change in support of education for all youth. Will you join us?

Maalgo, It Means Progress

Before The Maalgo Project, access to education was challenging and attendance at school was dropping dramatically. Food shortages at the end of the dry season—on top of hours spent walking in search of clean water—left children with little to no energy.

Children have a strong desire to learn, but when they were able to attend, they were forced to share desks or sit on the floor, and did not have the right materials.

Now, not only have donations brought water, lunches and school supplies to children but these efforts have also increased enrollment. The Maalgo Project will continue its ongoing efforts to make sustainable change in support of education for all youth. Will you join us?