Naomi is 24 years old and attending Jackson College of Education. Naomi is the youngest of three children. Her parents divorced when she was still a toddler. Since then, Naomi has never seen or heard from her father again. Caring for the children and their household was left to their single mother. Due to financial constraints, Naomi’s older siblings weren’t able to go to school. They are now unemployed. When Naomi was accepted to college last year, her mother borrowed from neighbors for her to be able to attend. Because her mother could not pay back the money, the creditors are unwilling to help this time around. Naomi has two options: drop out of school or get support from benefactors. You can be one of her benefactors by helping HopE Ghana provide these funds for her.

A little over 5% of the population of Brong Ahafo  region in Ghana are able to go beyond secondary school.

1 in 1000 has attained post-graduate education.*

The Region has the lowest proportion of regional population (1.3%) in post-secondary education.

Only 5 of 27 districts in Brong Ahafo Region have 5% of households who own laptops and/or desktop computers. (*2010 census)

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Education in Ghana's Brong Ahafo Region