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Areas of Operations

SPI focuses on the following sectors within the urban and rural communities in Ghana:

  • Education

  • Health care

  • Welfare of orphans and street children

  • Welfare of persons with disabilities and widows 

  • Rural development

  • Women empowerment in small and medium scale enterprises

  • Child protection and education from social vices

  • Youth development in agricultural programs and projects

Partnerships & Collaborations

We value partnerships with both local and international organizations including community- based organizations which share our vision and mandate. Our partnership is based on honesty, respect and approach. The fundamental benefit is to learn and share with each other in the pursuit of our various aims and objectives. Partnerships also offer us the opportunity to work together to improve the socio-economic lives of less privileged people and people with disabilities in Ghana. SPI is currently seeking partnerships from international organizations, churches, philanthropists and all interested individuals to assist in the achievement of SPI's goals.

SPI seeks partners to help achieve our aims through:
• Sharing strategies/information
• Sharing experiences and expertise
• Exchange programmes
• Organization of team projects in Africa
• Recruiting of volunteers and referrals for project sponsorship

In the past Save the Poor International has donated educational materials, medical supplies and equipment, Christian books and Bibles, blankets, shoes, clothing, sewing machines, wheelchairs, crutches, canes, walking frames, yoys and other humanitarian Aid items to orphanages, hospitals, clinics, communities, schools and individuals in the eight regions of Ghana.

 past projects


health project

Save the Poor International has contributed immensely towards the health system in Ghana. SPI haw donated hospital beds and mattresses, delivery beds, wheelchairs, walkers, structures, crutches, blood pressure monitors, IV stands, laboratory supplies and equipment as well as other medical supplies to hospitals, clinics, health centres in rural communities.
Hospitals, clinics, health centres and institutions that have benefited from our projects and programmes include the following: Atibie Government Hospital, Bepong Community Clinic, Asakraka Health Center, Ntomen Health Center, Owrobong Health Center, Adutwam Health Center, Pepease Health Center, Obo Clinic, Sunyani SDA Hospital, Kratchi Government Hospital, Koforidua Regional Hospital, Pantang Hospital, Accra Psychiatrics, Gbawe SDA Hospital, Ofankor Government Hospital, Mim Clinic, Gorso Government Hospital, Ahmadya Hospital, Agona-Anyakrom Clinic, Opman Clinic, Apradan Health Center, Bukruwa Health Center, Nkyenenkyene Health Center, Kajaji Health Center, Village Of Hope Health Center, Kwahu South Social welfare, Kratchi Social Welfare, Chindere Social Welfare, Gbawe Leprosarium, Donkokrom District Assembly and Amasaman Assembly, among others.


education projects

Save the Poor International, since its inception, has supported the educational system in the country. We have provided educational materials, equipment and supplies to the following schools in rural communities: Bepong R/C primary and JHS, Bepong D/A primary and JHS, Bepong Methodist primary and JHS, Bepong Presby primary and JHS, Nkawkaw Amanfrom Primary and JHS, Nkawkaw Kwarmang Primary and JHS, Donkokrom R/C primary and JHS, Donkokrom Methodist primary and JHS, Donkokrom, Presby Primary and JHS, Donkokrom Moslem school, Nii Boi Town SDA primary and JHS, Alogoshie cluster of schools Primary and JHS, Apenkwa Presby Primary and JHS schools, Shinor Primary and JHS school, Fadama cluster of schools Primary and JHS Akraman Anglican school, Doblo-gono school, Okushibiade school, Ayikai Doblo school, Odontia School, Kwashikuma Primary and JHS, Adutwam primary school, Atwea R/C primary and JHS, Kwarmang primary and JHS, Kwahu Praso primary and JHS, Atoaboma, Apradan primary and JHS, among others.
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social aid projects

Save the Poor International has donated humanitarian and other relief items to the following orphanages: Village of Hope orphanage, Bless the children International orphanage, Royal Seed orphanage, Country-Side orphanage, Village of Life, Mother Care orphanage and Catholic orphanage. SPI has donated some foodstuff to the following prisons: Nsawam, Ankafful prison and other vulnerable individuals.


social aid projects

Save the Poor International has supported these communities with humanitarian and relief items such as blankets, bed sheets, men clothes, men footwear, women clothes, women footwear, sewing machines and others.
The communities who benefited are Bepong, Ntomem, Nkawkaw Amanfrom, Apradan, Adutwam, Atwea, Kratchi, Ntwomorow, Kadentwe, Techiman Municipality, Donkokrom District, Savanna region, Akraman, Okushibiade, Doblo-gono, Gbawe Leprosarium, Ayikai Doblo, Gyengyen, Gyanekrom Zongo, Kantakofre, Kpatchu, Dzilakope, Twereso, Monkra, Mempeasem, AmeAoyikope, Nkatenkwan, Asutsuare, Old Wurotor, Chenekope, Lonkotor, Abujuro, Ehiamankyene, Mamata, Kwakuae, Yaborae, Bunda, Gyanekrom, Nkyenekyene, Tantu, Dadekro, Tunga, Abrewankor, Kaprae, Adankpa, Sablakope,
In all, donations were made to 293 institutions including 87 educational institutions, 39 health facilities, 105 assemblies, 16 orphanages, 43 football club, 3 prisons and 2334 individuals across 123 towns, 54 districts in 9 regions
The organization still has more things to do to support those who are in need physically, emotionally and spiritually and also to expand our operations to other regions in Ghana
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