Impact – a  Look at Our Accomplishments

Path students engage in weekly topics of discussion during school breaks

Sample accomplishments of the past 12 years:

We built a government run school, Airfield, in Ho Municipality (before – 2006 and after – 2010)

We built 5 classrooms at Bishop Forson School in Kpando-Torkor

We have built and stocked two libraries, and are currently trying to build a third for Lokoe School

We dug and maintained boreholes to provide clean water and built two computer labs

We sponsored over 125 students – many of whom were in harm’s way. (The Volta Lake is notorious for child slavery and many children are forced to work long hours on the lake or family farms and don’t’ get to go to school.

free lunch, clean hands

We established sanitation and feeding programs at Airfield School

readingn groups, tutoring, training teachers

We introduced new education programs and after-school classes at two schools. We have done, and continue to do, teacher training and run a summer school/day camp.

The list goes on –provision of school buses, health care and even farming projects. We have worked directly with four schools both with their teachers and one-on-one with the students.

Accomplishments -Quick List
  • Opened Pagus Center for Achievement in Ho offering a lending library, computer resources to aid in online learning, and tutoring services.
  • Conducted  Literacy Programs in rural basic schools (now in our 3rd year at Lokoe School)
  • Conducted Day Camps to further the education of youth serving 100 students through the month of August.
  • Implemented a sponsorship program that has sent over 120 students to school.
  • Implemented a work/study scholarship program for those moving on to secondary and tertiary education.
  • Created safe housing and care for vulnerable children to live while attending school.
  • Built and opened the Pagus Learning Center in Kpando open to all students at Bishop Forson School.
  • Conducted classes to assist students pass critical examinations
  • Awarded scholarships to innovative summer programs and teacher training
  • Built an eight classroom school with offices, library and bathrooms
  • Provided a clean and sustainable water source for the Bishop Forson School
  • Created and implemented volunteer programs including Painting Possibilities
  • Sent containers and other shipments of school and medical supplies and equipment
  • Sent a school van and a second vehicle for farm and other essential work
  • Undertaken various farming projects and introduced drip irrigation
  • Built and distributed 1st aid boxes to 22 schools in Ho Municipality, VR
  • Consulted and built websites for Nongovernmental Organizations in Ghana that are closely aligned with ours.
  • Helped get an ambulance on the road to bring help to rural villages

Ongoing Educational Programs

  • Sponsorship of Basic School students
  • Pathways/Pagus Scholarships
  • Student Internship Program 
  • Computer classes 
  • Literacy at Lokoe School
  • Summer Camp
  • Tutoring in Math, English and other subjects
  • Teacher training
  • Creative and critical thinking workshops
  • Youth Clubs
  • Tippy Taps for clean hands and good health
  • Clean water solutions for neighboring villages