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Help us to raise £6,000 for a pre-pilot project in Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana. The pre-pilot will give us valuable evidence to support our funding applications to expand the program.

The Hope Education Project is a human trafficking education and awareness program for schools and communities in Ghana. Our mission is to deter the flow of vulnerable boys and girls trafficked for exploitation, both internationally and within Ghana.

For the pre-pilot HEP has partnered with Norsaac, a long-standing NGO based in Tamale working to strengthen the agencies of women, youth and children to claim their rights. We have also partnered with Anti-Trafficking International, a US-based NGO that delivers its Just Ask Prevention Program in schools throughout the USA, educating young people about human trafficking.

To support funding applications for our pilot scheme in Northern Ghana we are running a pre-pilot project in Tamale, Northern Region to gather monitoring and evaluation data. The pre-pilot will be delivered in schools by our Programs Manager, Mariama Adam and her team together with staff from Norsaac. We have secured permission from the Regional Director of the  Ghana Education Service. Data from the pre-pilot project will provide essential insight into the efficacy of the program and indicate where we need to make adjustments for the full pilot. Importantly it will demonstrate activity on the ground to potential institutional funders.

The Hope Education Project is registered as an NPO in Ghana Licence Number NPOS/GR01/LN0623/23. At this time HEP is not regulated by the Charities Commissioner in the UK as we have not yet reached the £5,000 threshold. Until such time all monies raised will be managed by Hope Education Project Ghana. 

Would you be interested in organising a fund-raising event? Our founder Angus Thomas is willing to come and speak about his human trafficking story and experiences in Ghana, Nigeria and Dubai. Email angus@hopeeducationproject.org or leave your email address in the question box at the bottom of the checkout page.

Help us to raise £6,000 for a pre-pilot project in Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana. The pre-pilot will give us valuable evidence to support our funding applications to expand the program.

The Hope Education Project is a human trafficking education and awareness program for schools and communities in Ghana. Our mission is to deter the flow of vulnerable boys and girls trafficked for exploitation, both internationally and within Ghana.

For the pre-pilot HEP has partnered with Norsaac, a long-standing NGO based in Tamale working to strengthen the agencies of women, youth and children to claim their rights. We have also partnered with Anti-Trafficking International, a US-based NGO that delivers its Just Ask Prevention Program in schools throughout the USA, educating young people about human trafficking.

To support funding applications for our pilot scheme in Northern Ghana we are running a pre-pilot project in Tamale, Northern Region to gather monitoring and evaluation data. The pre-pilot will be delivered in schools by our Programs Manager, Mariama Adam and her team together with staff from Norsaac. We have secured permission from the Regional Director of the  Ghana Education Service. Data from the pre-pilot project will provide essential insight into the efficacy of the program and indicate where we need to make adjustments for the full pilot. Importantly it will demonstrate activity on the ground to potential institutional funders.

The Hope Education Project is registered as an NPO in Ghana Licence Number NPOS/GR01/LN0623/23. At this time HEP is not regulated by the Charities Commissioner in the UK as we have not yet reached the £5,000 threshold. Until such time all monies raised will be managed by Hope Education Project Ghana. 

Would you be interested in organising a fund-raising event? Our founder Angus Thomas is willing to come and speak about his human trafficking story and experiences in Ghana, Nigeria and Dubai. Email angus@hopeeducationproject.org or leave your email address in the question box at the bottom of the checkout page.