Last September, we launched a campaign “Building Hope” to fund our missionary house in Ghana – a house where two missionary couples and their children will join with our Ghanaian team to live and work in the fishing villages. Their daily presence and ability to develop relationships with the people will allow us to work […]
Our second project is in the village of Sabonjeda. Sabonjeda is a large village on Lake Volta that Mercy Project initially visited in January 2013.
Our first project and rescue was in the village of Adovepke. Adovepke is an island of about 400 people that Mercy Project initially visited in January 2012.
This village of 500 gave up all 50 of their trafficked children before we arrived and were anxious to partner with Mercy Project on a test economic development project.
During the month of August, leading up to Labor Day, Mercy Project hosted Kids Helping Kids: Creating a Meaningful Labor Day. On a holiday in which we enjoyed time off to celebrate freedom, we were mindful of the many children in Ghana who do not share in those freedoms. Because of that reality, we asked parents, grandparents, […]
As we continue our work, we are thrilled to announce that we will be sending two missionary couples to live in Ghana where their daily presence and relationships with the people will allow us to work more effectively and efficiently than ever before in bringing freedom and hope to more of the 7,000 children currently […]