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Reduce Malnutrition

Support Girl Child Education

Help Provide Clean Water

Provide Furniture And Laboratory Equipment

Stop Violence Against Women & Girls

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.
Chronic malnutrition is a great challenged in deprived communities.
Balanced diet is important to children for effective brain growth, nevertheless few children have access to the proper diet they need on a daily basis to grow. In Ghana, 28% of children under the age of five are diminutive due to chronic malnutrition. Many children arrive in school on empty stomachs and its make learning difficult for them. For some of these children, the food provided by MCSG is the only time they get well balanced diet food to eat.
MCSG has planned a school feeding program to help fight malnutrition in deprived rural communities.
MCSG has strategize a school feeding program to help fight malnutrition by ensuring children get a nutritious daily meal so they can learn while well fed. Providing them with nutritious meal will also help them to develop physically and mentally
In our long term plan, our target is to extend our school in feeding program to more underprivileged communities in Ghana.
MCSG aims at extending our school feeding projects to more deprived rural communities in Ghana in order to reduce the rate of child malnutrition, increase daily attendance in various schools and help the children to have sound mind while learning.


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PROJECTS AMOUNTS
Provide Breakfast for 5 children who would not get breakfast from home for a week $15
Feed 5 children lunch for a weeks $24
Feed a child a nutritious  meal for 4 weeks $115
Feed 5 children in the pre-school class in a  deprived community for a semester $304
Feed 25 children in the kindergarten class in underprivileged areas for a semester $1520

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, provide girls with sanitary pads, helps them advocate for themselves and their education take them through entrepreneurship programs so they can make money for themselves while in school and break the cycle of poverty.
Inadequate reproductive health education in rural communities.
For cultural reasons, most parent in rural communities in Ghana shy away from talking about sex education to their teenagers. Most teenage girls have dropout of school due to poverty and some of them struggle to afford sanitary supplies.
Encouraging teenage girls to go back to school
MCSG has initiated the Young Girls Club to encourage girls to go back to school, help educate teenagers on reproductive health and provide them with vocational skills
Lessening of school dropout girls in rural areas
MCSG aim at encouraging teenage girls in deprived communities to stay in school till they complete at least their secondary education.


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PROGRAMS AMOUNTS
Provide sanitary towels to 5 girls in deprived communities for 1 month $14
Sponsor a girl to the city to attend women empowerment programs to encourage them stay in school $21
Support 5 girls to participate in all extracurricular activities for a semester $105
Provide textbooks for 25 girls for an academic year $287
Entrepreneurship program for 15 girls in the young girls club. $809

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.
High death rate due to poor drinking water
MCSG has identified that with the poor water sanitation in Bongo, the people there suffer from diseases such as diarrhoea, malaria, cholera, and Upper Respiratory Tract infection, and the rate of death associated with this diseases is very high
Construction of bore holes in Bongo
To resolve the poor water problems, our main goal is to construct bore holes or drill a well, to increase health awareness on personal hygiene and environmental cleanliness, including other avoidable diseases through public education.
Improve quality of life in deprived communities
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people, reduce poverty, and provide clean water to deprived communities.


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PROJECTS AMOUNTS
Provide access to clean water per-person in  Bongo
€8
Can buy vent pipes for one KVIP toilet construction €18
Can buy water storage containers for four households that will ensure clean and safe water availability. €40
Will provide clean water that will be accessible to ten school children €72
Will train one pumps repair mechanic €117
Can pay for sand and stone for the construction of one KVIP toilet €161
Can complete one concrete apron & drainage gutter for one hand dug well. €402
Will buy four hand pumps to be fitted on the hand dug well to be constructed €2,414

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.
Poor school equipment in deprived localities
Most of the schools in rural areas luck necessary equipment that aid in studies. Rudimentary class equipment like desks, chairs, and science supplies are often missing from the class
Provision of school materials
The project will allow MCSG to provide infrastructure aid to schools in deprived areas by assisting them with writing boards, chairs, desks, and other school equipment’s.
Building a friendly atmosphere for learning
Providing the school with rudimentary school materials will help in building an atmosphere that is favourable for learning.
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PROGRAMS AMOUNTS
Provides a desk  for a child in the class room

$9
Provides a chair for 2 student in a class room $18
Provide whiteboards(48*32) in 6 class rooms $207
Equip IT lab with  2 computers in  a school in a deprived area $915

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.
Rise in domestic violence
The home is not save for victims of domestic violence, yet For cultural or religious reasons, most victims of domestic violence are scared to talk about it and hence loss their life in the cause of it.
Supporting the fight against violence
With the construction of rehabilitation centres, MCSG will ensure that women and girls who are abused do not remain in suppression at home and can escape to a safe place where they will receive help.
Creating more awareness
To increase awareness and undertake effective campaigns to stop violence against women and girls in deprived communities
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PROGRAMS AMOUNTS
Provide food & Shelter for a woman for a week at rehabilitation centre

$49
Provide Accommodation & food for  2 women for a week
$99
Provide Shelter & food for 3 women for a week
$148
Empower 5 women to advocate against domestic violence
$247
Educate women in deprived communities on their fundamental right
$592