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Giving voice to the underprivileged

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"We support underprivileged Ghanaian children by sending them to schools and providing them with everyday school meals. We also teach them visual storytelling, so their voices can be heard across the world."


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  • Ghana Through Children's Eyes
    Ghana Through Children's Eyes
    26 Aug, 10:00 BST – 03 Sep, 17:00 BST
    Unit 1G1, Belfast, Edenderry Industrial Estate, 326 Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT14 7EE, UK
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The mask from the region of the kingdom of Dahomey Amazons, all-female military units, is one of the most unique aspects of the military of the Dahomey kingdom.
This is a fabulous African Ceremonial Female Mask originates from the Dahomey region located in Benin West Africa & depicts a female image wearing a large ceremonial headdress. She has typical scarification (skin cutting) marks to her cheeks, temples & forehead & eyes with viewing slits. Beautifully observed primitive Folk Art, it’s carved from a light weight timber. It would originally have been ornately painted & remnants of white paint can still be seen. An ancient & well used Ceremonial Mask probably employed in Fertility or Marriage rites, it shows lots of age with a few small cracks, wear & chipping to the edges & surface as shown. It is offered in completely ‘as found’ condition with a lovely patina of dust & the scent of a hot African day!


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”.
- Nelson Mandela

Our mission is to change the future of underprivileged families and children. We believe this can be done by giving them tools to success in adult life.

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We support schools and families by buying ingredients for breakfast and lunch and water for schools in Ghana.


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Daily life of children who lives in slums of Accra and want to go to school.


Children as young as 4-5 years old are working at the lake 7 days a week, far away from they families.


"Not everyone can be a great artist.
But a great artist
can come from anywhere"

- Peter O'Toole

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