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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.

How Ryvanz-Mia Charity is making a difference

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How Ryvanz-Mia Charity is making a difference

The success story of Cecilia, the 9th child of Ryvanz-Mia Childcare, completed Senior High School S.H.S.

BIG IMPACT—The results so far…
In line with our mission and long-term goals, we believe every child is equally born with tremendous potential. As an organization, we are determined to continue supporting, evaluating, and improving our programs and the lives of our vulnerable children to have quality education.
Measuring and Evaluating our Impact 

Ryvanz-Mia impact on Education.

Ryvanz-Mia, over the years, raised 23 children through Education. It has been a long struggle, but we are gradually achieving an impact. Currently, nine children we care for have completed Senior High School; two are still in senior high school, the other is a final year diploma student in the School of Journalism in Ghana and one completed University.
We have more to do than the rest and many more to complete school. Support Ryvanz-Mia Charity with your generous donation to see the rest through Education and possibly get a well-paid job. Make a big difference in a child’s performance and feelings about school.

Our Impact on social life. 

Ryvanz-Mia Charity is making a difference as part of the reintegration of our older children. Ryvanz-Mia and our partners are supporting us to rent accommodation that will house them.
Learn more about our Adopt a room program for older children.

Support Ryvanz-Mia Farm Program. 

Ryvanz-Mia sometimes depends on maize, rice, cassava farming, and poultry/piggery farming as a livelihood source to feed the children and provide an independent income. Experienced assistance in growing sustainable agriculture would be greatly appreciated. If you are familiar with sustainable agriculture, consider volunteering to help make the bright future of Ryvanz-Mia  Childcare and our other local organization in Uganda.

 Secondly, our organization aims to continuously support our local partners in Ghana and Uganda to grow, improve and run our self-sustaining programs to provide the monetary and educational tools needed by every child in our orphanage.

Thirdly and most importantly, every year, we undertake different sustainable projects like Maize/Cassava Farming, Piggery/Poultry, and Goat rearing projects, some of which are ongoing. Our sustainable projects are designed to provide for the needs of every foster child who is in desperate poverty.

Generating self-sustaining incomes breaks the poverty cycle and provides for the children’s needs and community. We firmly believe that our sustainable projects could make a long-term impact both for the children and communities.

Over the years, volunteers have sponsored our poultry initiative program, which is no exception. To improve and become self-sustaining, we developed these projects to help children raise food and enough money for school fees and materials.

We train the youth to become valuable and highly skilled in tailoring, hairdressing, poultry, and piggery management with the help of a qualified poultry farmer.

If you would like to help with poultry farming or any other project we have, please feel free to contact us. We will gladly assist you with the expenses and additional helpful information. 

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