ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE

Thrive Africa provides opportunities to volunteer in Ghana on sustainable development projects and gain experience in the development sector. Our projects are developed with local stakeholders and implemented by our team, volunteers and stakeholders.

Registered Ghanaian charity: D.S.W/5822.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to work with local stakeholders to develop projects that bring positive sustainable outcomes, to educate volunteers on the development sector and help build relationships with communities they work in.

PARTNERS

OUR HISTORY

Thrive Africa started life in 2009 as a UK (1138902) & Ghana (D.S.W/5822) registered charity, in 2013 we were able to empower the charity in Ghana to take full control of operations and place them in control of the charities future.


 

ACHIEVEMENTS

Thank you to all our staff, volunteers, trustees, stakeholders & partners for helping us deliver these achievements.

2016

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2015

  • 50 School libraries built
  • 55,000+ Books donated
  • 8 additional rooms built in 4 Caregiver homes
  • 60 Income Generating Farms built for caregivers within the Upper East Region of Ghana

2014

  • 79 School libraries built
  • 100,000+ Books donated
  • 14 additional rooms built in 7 Caregiver homes
  • Income Generating Farms built for up to 200 caregivers in 24 communities within the Upper East Region of Ghana
  • Implementation of Caregiver Fund
  • Maintenance work on Thrive Africa Vegetable Garden at Kumasi Children’s Home

2013

  • 77 School libraries built
  • 80,000+ Books donated
  • 74 Farms built for caregivers of HIV/AIDS Orphans
  • Over 6,750 Trees planted as part of our disaster prevention programme

2012

  • 64 School libraries built
  • 80,000+ Books donated
  • 18 Farms built for caregivers of HIV/AIDS Orphans.
  • Distribution of bicycles to caregivers without means of transport
  • Over 4,000 Trees planted as part of our disaster prevention programme

2011

  • 22 School libraries built
  • 60,000+ Books donated
  • Built Kumasi Children’s Home vegetable garden

2010

  • 8 School libraries built
  • 16,000+ Books donated