School Feeding

Community School Leaders Commend School Feeding Program

Amidu lives in the rural village of Ama Badu in Ghana and serves as the PTA chairman of the local...

A Single Mother’s Refuge

A Single Mother’s Refuge

By Jesse Jackson Sarkodie, Nutrition Program Officer Janet (8) and her sister Abigail (6) live with their mom, Grace, in...

Medical Crisis Threatens to End Children’s Education

Medical Crisis Threatens to End Children’s Education

“One of the best things to happen to me and my family is the SHI school feeding program. There is...

Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children

Growing Healthy Food, Growing Healthy Children

Self-Help International has been instrumental in starting feeding programs in primary schools in rural villages in the Ashanti Region of...

Against the odds, Augustine starts school

Against the odds, Augustine starts school

By Jesse Jackson Sarkodie – School Feeding Program Officer & Nutritionist Augustine was born into a broken home. But thanks...

Self-Help News: Spring Edition Newsletter is Here!

Self-Help News: Spring Edition Newsletter is Here!

 

Fighting Back Against Fall Armyworm, Part II

Fighting Back Against Fall Armyworm, Part II

Maize is the most important staple cereal crop grown by smallholders in sub-Saraharn Africa. Maize accounts for more than half...

One Less Worry for Charity

One Less Worry for Charity

“Meeting Self-Help has brought something big to my family. It has really taught me the value of useful advice; help...

Meeting My Children’s Needs After Galamsey

Meeting My Children’s Needs After Galamsey

“I started ‘galamsey’ in Wasa when I was a teenager. One day I went out to do ‘galamsey’ with my best friend and unfortunately, she...

“Koko helps kill our hunger”

“Koko helps kill our hunger”

“Some children have to walk 8 kilometers [5 miles] to come to school in the morning,” the Headmaster told me....

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