We are a US-based 501(c)3 nonprofit charity organization that seek to work in Ghana and other developing countries in Africa to empower, support, and equip vulnerable children, women and communities we serve with basic needs to escape poverty.

Building financial capacity for vulnerable children in Africa.


RYVANZ-MIA CHARITY ORGANIZATION charitable organizations have been a key player in capacitating vulnerable families in Africa with a target audience of children. This effort through our donors and well-wishers has supported us to help them out in many ways which some do need to mention;
• Education
• Health care
• Food security
• Child protection rights awareness
• Clothing
• Lighting
• Empowerment

We have set up promising strategies for financing these vulnerable children through our different ongoing projects.
In their clusters, we have been working closely on how best to maintain the development goals they have chosen to take on as well as helping them to be consistent. We have encouraged youth to maintain staying in school for their education, and by so doing, we are looking at the different problems that the students face and addressing them. Some students may drop out due to a lack of scholastic materials like books, pens, or even sanitary towels but as Ryvanz-Mia Charity we hope to encounter those problems slowly but surely to at least have our students kept in school. Some students too lack concentration because of poor lighting. You may find that they are not able to extend their revisions because the sun has gone down. We are addressing this issue through our program of providing solar systems to vulnerable families to concentrate on.

We also hope to map the brighter but vulnerable children into our bursary program to keep them going on with their studies.
And even those that have dropped out of school, our she shines project will capture them into empowerment and Independence through Skilling. All our vulnerable children are considered regardless of their level of vulnerability.
As Ryvanz-Mia Charity, we have a role to play in the economic strengthening of these cluster families. Encouraging at least each family to set up an income-generating activity that can support it, and that they can operate from home by themselves.

This will help to develop a clear transition of cash flows since the income generating activity will be generating some money to support the family. We are trying to encourage these families to have the financial discipline to limit irrelevant expenses and save. Economically we are hopeful through our training for financial literacy that these vulnerable families regardless of the level of vulnerability, can grow steadily. We are also looking at supporting them to develop money skills.

The organization has set different targets to meet in line with supporting vulnerable children. We can only achieve this with you as our donors and well-wishers to transit from vulnerability to better standards.Together we can reach greater heights.

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BÉHANZIN Béhanzin (c. 1845 – December 10, 1906) is considered the eleventh (if Adandozan is not counted) king of Dahomey,

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