Volunteers are kindly called upon to come and assist to help us achieve the goal of ameliorating the rural areas. The following are the projects initiated by VARAS to raise the standard of living for the neglected rural communities:
1. Construction of well furnished classroom blocks, libraries, Information Technology (IT) centers
2. Building of community health centers and supplying of health care delivery materials
3. Provision of wells, water pumps, public toilets, etc
Volunteers are vivaciously called upon to come and realize the above projects through physical involvement and kind contribution in terms of the provision of necessary raw materials. Volunteers are also humbly invited to raise funds towards the completion of these projects.
Currently, funding is required for the…
Building Of complete Three(3) classroom at Agotime Vedome in the Volta Region of Ghana
Education holds the key to sustainable development, preventing of diseases, wars, reduction of poverty in any area.But in Ghana, especially the rural areas, children of school going age don’t attend school. This is not their wish, but because of lack of support (poverty). Also rural areas lack basic educational infrastructures such as classrooms ‚exercise books, library, pens, pencils, IT centers, chalk board.More harmfully, the absence of classroom blocks constrain children to study under trees, putting them hence at the mercy of the weather. Classes close therefore any time it rains.The future of the children in the rural communities will be jeopardized if nothing is done to provide them with quality education.
Hence, to provide a conducive environment for teaching and learning and make it effective and efficient, our organization: Volunteers for Amelioration of Rural Area (VARAS) has initiated school building projects in these deprived communities. Classroom blocks will be build to provide a decent place for effective teaching and learning.
VARAS started a three (3) classroom block in one of the rural communities called Agotime Vedome in the Adaklu Anyigbe District of Volta Region.The project started last summer with the help of four Canadian individual volunteers who shared the dream to help ameliorate rural Ghana. Currently the building is at the lintel level.
The construction is funded by VARAS Canada and come this summer (mid July-mid August 2013) the project continues.We therefore welcome potential individuals to get involved to help provide a descent place for our future leaders to study. You can view the pictures on this page.
You are therefore called upon to donate towards the realization of the projects.
If you are interested in this project, please contact us here.