Wulugu Project

Building junior school in neglected N. Ghana

Re-build current mud block school in Zanzugu Yipala that is highly dangerous, collapsing. Splendid Head, great teachers,250 amazing pupils who told us, in English, : ‘Please, we need a new school, desks, books, shoes, and a football’

history Campaign has now closed

It ran from 12:00 PM, 3 December 2019 to 12:00 PM, 10 December 2019

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Registered Charity in England and Wales (1060691)

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  • Community Support & DevelopmentCommunity Support & Development
  • Education/Training/EmploymentEducation/Training/Employment
  • Poverty Alleviation/ReliefPoverty Alleviation/Relief


  • Children (3-18)Children (3-18)
  • Minority GroupsMinority Groups
  • Women & GirlsWomen & Girls



  • 'Wulugu Project, through your unwavering determination to see development and growth of education has improved lives of countless children, particularly girls. You have produced female doctors, nurses, teachers, dress makers, caterers and rescued so many from poverty, slavery and early marriage'

    — Naa Abdulai Maham Buahagu Sheriga 11; King and Overlord of Mamprugu Kingdom(Citation 2016)

  • 'You will remain the champions of true rural development. You go where Government contractors will not reach. Thank you for Koldani school and toilets with disabled access. The directorate expresses its appreciation for your immense support in promoting quality education by provision of infrastructu

    — Alhaji Iddrisu Chipurah. District Director Education, 2019

  • The renovation of the school block has brought life back into our school. The new block has attracted more children to my class. Enrolment figures in my class was 28 now I have 54 and when I ask why? "They now love school and it is safe." This has impacted on my lessons and punctuality.

    — Madame Fatima Haruna, Primary one teacher at Sankumpe Primary School, 2019


In neglected, impoverished and deprived Region, tackle lack of education. We know that enabling schooling, particularly for girls who had never had access, is what communities want and need as a large step towards defeating endemic poverty, disease and hunger. Due to dedicated and skilled volunteers, particularly those in Ghana who understand the intricacies of tribalism and corruption, our work is successful and very low cost. We help those that others do not reach.


We will use our 25-year experience to majorly rebuild the collapsing Junior High, so enabling local access to post primary, particularly important for girls who are unable to travel large distances. We have seen considerable improvement in quality of life for the 80 other communities where we have substantially improved access to education. Good schooling impacts across communities and brings better nutrition, health, improved incomes, smaller families in the short and longer term.