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A Few Words About The Organisation

Millennium Child Support Group is a humanitarian relief organisation

dedicated to improve the lives of vulnerable children in the deprived communities with quality education, good health care, protection of children, peace and security, supplying of medical equipment, water and sanitation.
We also empower marginalized women through entrepreneurship programs to achieve sustainable development from the grass root level.
Millennium Child Support Group opens Opportunity for Volunteers around the world who wishes to contribute meaningful to make a difference in life of vulnerable children by providing their time and expertise, working closely with local team in Ghana.  Our Volunteer always happy to leave back home with enormous experiences and a new cultural perspective.
Volunteering with MCSG provides intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world.
We’ve rounded up our programs in Ghana to help you find the program that best suits your skills, goals and personal interests.

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COVID-19 and Children
Children are not the face of this pandemic. But they risk being among its biggest victims. While they have thankfully been largely spared from the direct health effects of COVID-19 at least to date – the crisis is having a profound effect on their wellbeing. All children, of all ages, and in all countries, are being affected, in particular by the socio-economic impacts and, in some cases, by mitigation measures that may inadvertently do more harm than goodThis is a universal crisis and, for some children, the impact will be lifelong.
Moreover, the harmful effects of this pandemic will not be distributed equally. They are expected to be most damaging for children in the poorest countries, and in the poorest neighbourhoods, and for those in already disadvantaged or vulnerable situations.
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Creating Transformational Change
Millennium Child Support Group is committed to using its resources as wisely as possible to help build a better future, and believes that its project initiatives should have a meaningful, long-lasting impact on the challenges being addressed.
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BEING A VOLUNTEER IS A GREAT WAY TO ENGAGE PEOPLE IN BUILDING BRIDGE FOR BETTER WORLD.
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HELP REDUCE MALNUTRITION AT SENYA BEREKU IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA
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HELP REDUCE MALNUTRITION AT SENYA BEREKU IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA

Provision of daily meals to school kids from Monday-Friday by MCSG.
MCSG supports school children at Senya Bereku in the central region of Ghana with daily meals Monday - Friday. Feeding quality balanced diet to children improves their nutrition by enabling them to consume an essential nutrient that is critical to their brain and body development.
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SUPPORT GIRL CHILD EDUCATION
MCSG advocates for girls to go back to school.
There are lots of girls in rural communities in Ghana who wishes to be in school or earn formal education but struggle to stay in school once they get to puberty. Upon research, MCSG has realized that men in this communities gives these girls money and expects favours in return and at the end most of them get pregnant and drop out of schools. Our Young Girls Club teaches girls about women's health,
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HELP PROVIDE CLEAN WATER AT BONGO IN THE UPPER EAST REGION OF GHANA
Provision of clean water in Bongo district in Ghana
This project will provide access to safe clean drinking water at Bongo in the Upper East region in Ghana who has epidemics of water related diseases and most of them die as a result of these water related diseases


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Gender Equality and COVID-19
Millennium Child Support Group (MCSG) is committed to ensuring that gender data and analysis are integrated into country level assessments and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. While new data collection on the socioeconomic impacts of Covid-19 must prioritise sex-and age disaggregated data to measure the gendered impacts of the pandemic on adults and children, existing data suggests that COVID-19 will deepen existing gender inequalities.

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School closures can have devastating effects on girls
As schools close during the Covid-19 crisis, the gains girls have made in education over the last 25 years, particularly in enrolment and learning outcomes, are at risk of dissipating, especially if closures are protracted. Schools also are often one of the strongest social networks for adolescent girls, providing peers and mentors, and when girls are cut off from these networks, their risk of violence increases. In contexts where gender norms may preclude girls from accessing the household infrastructure and digital platforms needed for remote learning, such as computers, smart phones and the internet, they may fall behind their male peers while schools are closed. And when schools do reopen, many girls may not return, as observed during the Ebola crisis.
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Improving the Sustainability of Cocoa Production in West Africa is our Shared Responsibilities to Reduce Child Labour
Child labour in cocoa remains a significant challenge despite extensive efforts to tackle it over the past two decades. While we have made great strides in understanding how to successfully reduce child labour and in implementing activities that have real impact, support currently reaches only a fraction of those in need.

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Millennium Child Support Group believe that true sector-wide change will only be possible if we reach 100% coverage of all at-risk children with effective and sustainable systems that prevent and remediate child labour and forced labour..Estimates suggest that around one in three children living in cocoa-growing areas of Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire (which account for more than 65% of global cocoa production) is involved in child labour. This number is of grave concern and all actors in the cocoa sector have a shared responsibility to help vulnerable children access their basic rights. We also know that forced labour is a risk faced by the cocoa sector (albeit at a different, more localized and limited scale) and there are increasing calls on the sector to address it.
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FURNITURE AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT FOR SCHOOLS IN DEPRIVED AREAS
Low interest in learning due to lack of school materials
MCSG mission is to equip schools in deprived areas with classroom equipment such as desks, chairs, whiteboards, and science learning supplies to help make learning easy and attractive.

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STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN & GIRLS
Creation of rehabilitation centres for domestic violence victims
Most women and girls are victims of domestic violence in various homes in our part of the world. Some are severely broken physically, emotionally and mentally. Our target is to provide a safe place for these victims to find refuge and begin their healing and rehabilitation.

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Volunteer Abroad - Ghana
Volunteering Abroad AFTER the Coronavirus Outbreak

Being a volunteer is a great way to engage people in building bridge for better world. Everyone can contribute their time, skills and knowledge through volunteer work

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Stop child labour - modern slavery in cocoa farming

Poverty, marginalisation and migration are crucial drivers of modern slavery, and vulnerable groups such as teenage mothers/girls, children and migrants are particularly at risk of ending up in coercive situations.

We implement measures to prevent, identify and address all kind of modern slavery
(such as forced labour, human trafficking, the worst forms of child labour, and forced marriage and to protect vulnerable groups and survivors of slavery.