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Just came back from Ghana charity trip

April 15, 2010

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The Ghana mission trip went well. We have managed to complete the first phase of the Koforidua project.

See the building. You will receive a detail report from those we went with soon.

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We are planning for Malawi trip soon

January 28, 2010

We are planning to travel to Malawi soon, if interested get back to me.

You will need to raise own money for transport, food and acommodation as this is a charity trip to make a different to the lives of Orphans.

Precious Women Training/Resource

January 25, 2010

Wood World Missions Training and Resource Centre Ghana WWM believes that if you teach a woman you have taught a nation. That is why it is submitting this vocational school proposal. This school will train women to sewing and Art & craft carpentry. By the time the women graduate, they will be skilful and able to leave an independent life. Empowering women by teaching them sewing and carpentry skills is the best way of fighting against gender inequality and women’s dependency syndrome.


The project aims at empowering women with skills that can make them become self reliant economically and socially.

The project is targeting all women more especially young girls, single parents and widows who lack skills and are struggling to make ends meet.

Wood World Missions Trianing and resourse Centre Ghana TARGET AREA
The school is located in an area with a lot of illiterate women who are not skilled in any job. The area has also a lot of unemployed women who can become self employed after training.

The project will reduce the hardships experienced by young women, widows and single parent women in looking after there families by being trained how to be self sustained.  The project will empower women by enabling them to get the skilful training and then later on become self employed. The spread of HIV Aids and prostitution will be on the decrease because women will be busy training and making money. Money talks so the saying goes therefore with money in their pockets, the women will be able to have a say and an impact in the society. The project will brighten the future of school drop outs and those who did not have a chance to go to school by giving them a second chance for training. The project is the best tool to fight against gender imbalance existing in the area. This will be a proof that women can do what men can do if given support.


Budgeting  Funds Needed Funds Received Amount  Needed
Building Costs £50,000.00 £50,000.00
Stationery/Material £500.00 £500.00
carpentry/sewing  Machines £1400.00 £1400.00
Teachers Training £400.00 £400.00
School Furniture £400.00 £400.00
3Teacher’sFee for (3 years) £4,000.00 £4,000.00
Admin Cost £300.00 £300.00
Volunteer expenses £500.00 £500.00
Totals £57,500.00

You can also write a cheque payable to Wood World Missions (Projects account) Whatever option you choose, and the amount you give- you would be helping to make some children’s dream come through. You can post your cheque to: We need to raise £57,500 to complete the project. Whatever you can donate to assist please do that and the LORD will bless you. Wood World Missions, 238- 240   London Road,

Mitcham, CR4 3HD.