P.O. Box MC 2525, Takoradi Market Circle, Ghana
Busua-Dixcove road, Busua.
Cross the bridge over the lagoon and turn right after the bar.
OR transfer manually
Name: Lisette Vroege Stichting
Account number (IBAN): NL68 ABNA 0884 0478 30
Bank: ABN Amro
Subject: Project Ghana
Let's Make A Change
Seeings as Peace Home is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation, we are always in need of funds to support the project. Right now, we are supporting 17 youths with disabilities in Busua. They receive a freshly cooked meal every day and other basic necessities such as medical attention and clothing when needed.
Monthly donations will greatly support the project in keeping up with the monthly costs.
Currently, with a sum of €25,- a month, we are able to provide one Peace Home member with basic necessities.
Any monthly donation is greatly appreciated and help us support the Peace Home members and the project as a whole.
Supporting a small organisation such as Peace Home gives more certainty about the distribution of your donations than with big organisations. As a small non-profit and non-governmental organisation we are very capable of showing progress within the project and therefore how donations are put to good use.
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Peace Home is constantly achieving or finishing small or big goals and projects and adding new ones to the list.
People or organisations regularly approach us to support a specific goal or project for Peace Home. Therefore we have made a list.
By donating a sum for a specific goal or project, a person, company or organisation can follow the goal or project they are supporting.
Goals and Projects
As we are now working on the interior of the day-center, one important part is getting the building professionally painted. This will protect the building, make it look more beautiful and light.
Physiotherapy equipment & furniture
There are many plans for the interior of the day-center. We want to have what we still need hand-crafted by artisans and professionals. We believe this to be a sustainable way of working.
We are getting to the point where the team needs to be expanded by professionals such as a physiotherapist, speech therapist, teachers and nurses that have a heart for working with the focus group. We want to make sure to pay the team a fair and liveable monthly salary.
Landscaping is not only important for the looks of the land, but also for the safety of the property and the quality of the soil and air. Aside from that we want to create paths over the site for easy access for everyone to the different buildings.
In Ghana drinking water comes in plastic bags or bottles. There is no functional garbage system in place. Therefore it causes a lot of pollution and aside from that this water contains big amounts of micro-plastic. By obtaining a water-filter system, Peace Home could get clean drinking water by filtering the ground water.
First building improvements
In 2023 we are planning to officially open the day-center. The team will grow and we expect some employees to stay on-site. The first building has three rooms up top specifically for this purpose. We need to make some improvements on the building and prepare the rooms.
A neighbour to Peace Home is selling his land at the moment. The land Peace Home owns at this moment has been built pretty full already. For the further development of Peace Home, it would be great if we could expand the land. For example, we would expand our vegetable garden there and create an interactive music platform.
If you are interested in supporting a specific goal or project of Peace Home or have a question, please fill in the contact form on the website or reach out to us through an email or call or text. You can find the contact details on the bottom of the page.
Once the day-centre has been completed and is fully functional, many people will be involved in running the centre. We aim for the centre to be fully run by the local community, but that takes building up a strong team that is educated and skilled in working with youth with disabilities.
Involving volunteers with the right specialisation, skill-set and/or experience and the heart for working with youth with disabilities will greatly contribute to innovation and education within Asomdwee Fie - Peace Home.
For now, volunteer work has not yet been involved in the project but this will happen in the near future. We will keep the site updated on this matter.