In line with the Gospel’s mandate, The Jemimah Anama Noonoo Foundation exists to empower families in Anomabu, Central Region of Ghana. Through education, we strive to obtain economic, social, physical, and spiritual security for the families of Anomabu, thereby encouraging the development of self-sustaining communities throughout Ghana.
We are providing Anomabu's children with educational resources such as books, school supplies and computers in our library and computer center.
Access to energy, healthcare, clean water and transportation can drastically improve the lives of community members and can empower future generations.
Our founder was an educator and a sociologist. We are honoring her vision by providing families necessities such as, healthcare supplies, hygiene and access to food and water.
ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE
IS A SIGNIFICANT HURDLE FOR THE RESIDENTS OF ANOMABO.
Anomabu suffers from a high burden of disease, especially malaria, as well as still-high rates of maternal and infant mortality. Problems include low access, quality, and use of family planning and maternal, newborn, and child health services; micro-nutrient deficiencies; low use of interventions to prevent malaria and a lack of effective case management and diagnostics.
SOURCE: US AGENCY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
We want to first offer our hands in peace and friendship to Anomabu. Through this first offering of gifts, we hope to form bonds with community members and may learn which resources were most sustainable and impactful over time.
volunteer or sponsor
We are in need of volunteers, sponsors and staff members to help us build awareness for our cause and to help us find opportunities for growth both in the United States and in Ghana. Join our mission to help end poverty in Anomabu.
BUILDING A DREAM
Completing the construction of the house Jemimah started, is integral to the growth of our project. A settlement house will enable us to offer educational, agricultural and healthcare resources directly to the community.
ACCESS TO WATER
will have a powerful impact ON THE COMMUNITY.
Due to poverty, most of the people are not able to connect water from Ghana Water Company Limited directly to their homes, therefore water storage facilities (polytank) need to be deployed at vantage points in the community to help distribute water to the citizenry.