Restorative Seed Society (RSS) is a local organisation based in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Established in 2007, RSS is committed to helping people and groups realise their full potential through the provision of a supportive environment that ensures the achievement of personal goals and collective goals. The literacy school project is one such initiative that is helping non-literate women and girls learn to read and write for an improved life.

Past results

Lives improved

In 2015, Restorative Seed Society started the Bolgatanga Literacy School which is a success. This project has helped 1750 women and girls and 300 men expand their businesses, improve their finances and quality of their social life.

 

Cost effectiveness: The costs of the Nabdam Literacy School are around €4 per student.

Team

The team is well versed in pedagogical learning having already run the Bolgatanga Literacy School for the past 5 years. Hillary Adongo is in charge of day-to-day management of the organisation. Rev. Charles Kusi Oduro manages all the school activities.

We have expertise in a wide range of academic and professional areas such as Community Development, Communication and Leadership Skills, Adult Education and Small Business Management. Moreover, the team has a wealth of experience working with government and private stakeholders in the non-formal education sector.

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