Contact: Benjamin Edwards
P.O.Box KS14877, Kumasi, Ghana
5607 Station Street Apt #1, Verona, NY 13478, USA
Ghana, USA
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World For World Organization (WFWO) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Italy with a Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC, DESA – UN NGO Section at the United Nations, New York, USA. ECOSOC is the Principal Organ coordinating the Economic and Social Council Work of the United Nations and the Specialized Agencies and International Institutions.

WFWO Ghana Ambassador for Development Network is a body within the WFWO dedicated to advancing the Millennium Development Goals in Ghana in close connection with WFWO’s headquarters. Areas of concern include Education, Women Empowerment, Poverty Reduction, Food Security, Health, Clean Drinking Water, and Elimination of Infant Death as a result of malnutrition.

Since 2008, WFWO Ghana Ambassador for Development Network (GADN) has undertaken various studies and advocacy programs with the objective of getting well informed about the nutritional status of children in the villages in Ghana as well as giving mothers guidelines on good nutrition practices. We have done these with the help of volunteers from Germany, USA, the UK, Singapore, and Spain.

We are in need of volunteers, especially nurses, educationists, social workers, administrators, statisticians, doctors, builders, nutritionists, agriculturists, and other skill-workers. There are opening for other areas for volunteers from all background who have a passion for helping others, creating a future for those who would otherwise have no future, etc. Those who relate who relate well to children are encouraged to apply.

Please visit for more information and get in touch with the Ghana Ambassador for Development Network. You can contact us in the USA on Tel: +1 315-363-3430 and asked to speak to Benjamin (Ghana Ambassador for Development) or Ghana Tel: +233244310121 and ask to speak with Mark Osei Boakye, Director of Save the Needy Advocate. E-mail:

  • Children
  • Disability - Learning
  • Disability - Physical
  • Drug / Alcohol Abuse
  • Education
  • Elderly People
  • Employment
  • Environment
  • Healthcare / Medical
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Poverty Alleviation
  • Women
  • Young People


Suitability and Volunteering Roles

Volunteering Roles:
  • Accountancy / Finance
  • Administration
  • Agriculture / Farming / Forestry
  • Building / Construction / DIY
  • Caring / Healthcare
  • Charity Shop / Retail
  • Community Work
  • Computers / I.T.
  • Cooking / Catering
  • Counselling
  • First Aid
  • Fundraising
  • Gardening / Horticulture
  • International Aid / Relief
  • Journalism / Newsletters
  • Marketing / Publicity
  • Social Work
  • Sport
  • Teaching - Children
  • Technical Skills
  • Training
  • Translating
  • Visiting / Befriending
  • Workcamps / Summer Camps
Volunteering Type:
  • Family Volunteering
  • Group Volunteering
  • Individual Volunteering
Work Alone or With Others:

With others.

Police Check

All those working with children and vulnerable people will have a complete criminal records check

Child Protection

This organisation has a child protection policy

Liability Insurance

Volunteers working in this organisation are not covered by legal liability insurance

Volunteers Placed Each Year



  • Ghana, Africa

Any skills/qualifications welcome.

  • We cannot accept volunteers who are visually impaired/partially sighted
  • We cannot accept volunteers who need help with their daily activities
  • We cannot accept volunteers who use a wheelchair all of the time
  • We cannot accept volunteers who use a wheelchair at any time
  • We cannot accept volunteers with a speech impairment
  • We cannot accept volunteers with mental health needs
Health Requirements:

There may be some reqtrictions on health, please contact us to discuss.

Cost To Volunteer:

Travel to Ghana, registration fee, insurance, food and accommodation costs.


18 to 60 years old

Weeks min/max

Weeks from 2 up to 24 per year

Hours min/max:

Hours from 10 up to 15 per week

When to Apply:

At least four weeks in advance.

Start Months:
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December

Additional Information


Accommodation is arranged upon arrival.


Nothing special required.

Local Information:

Greater Acra, Ashanti Region, Brong Ahafo, Northern Region, Eastern Region, Central Region, and Western Region.


Volunteers are interviewed.


Training on nutrition issues.


We have volunteer supervisors available. Two days orientation to the culture and environment.

Debriefing & Certificates:

Certificate of participation.

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