Hope For Education Ghana College Tuition

Belinda Opoku


Belinda is a first year student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) studying Actuarial Science. Belinda is enjoying a comprehensive college sponsorship from HopE Ghana. She comes from a family of eight children with elderly parents who are subsistent farmers. This situation put Belinda’s dream of a college education in jeopardy. HopE Ghana discovered Belinda and paid for her to attend college. Without this support, it is very likely that she would be like so many of her peers and never be able to attend school again. This brilliant teenager dreams of becoming a professional actuary, to establish a consulting business that extends a helping hand to needy and poor of society.

Juliana Narkie

Narkie is a final year student of the University of Ghana, Legon-Accra. She is pursuing a degree in political science and information studies. Her single mother struggled to care for her four children after her father passed away. HopE Ghana offered her a full annual tuition scholarship during her final year in 2014-2015. Narkie hopes to get her masters degree in international relations with the objective of becoming a market research analyst so she can give back to her community in the future.

Juliana Narkie Marbell
Mumuni Abiba


Abiba is a first year student in the Nurses and Midwifery Training College at Tamale, Ghana. She was one of the HopE Ghana first four High School Scholarship recipients. She is currently enjoying a partial HopE Ghana College Scholarship to pursue a nursing education and we hope to make it a full tuition from the 2015 academic year. Abiba comes from a family of six children. The death of her father brought untold hardships on her single mother and as a result, HopE Ghana sponsored her during the latter part of her high school education. She dreams of becoming one of the best midwives Ghana has ever had and to contribute to efficient health care in Ghana.

Dorcas Awuah

Dorcas Awuah Adomah is a second year student at Catholic University College of Ghana. She is pursuing a degree in education to become a teacher, and she hopes to be an inspiration to other children in her area. In September 2014, faced with the decision of dropping out of college, HopE Ghana discovered her situation and offered a partial scholarship to pay her college tuition. Dorcas is the youngest in a family of six children, and was three years old when her father passed away. Her father’s death plunged the family into indescribable financial stress which meant that none of her siblings could attend high school. Thanks to the generosity of a Good Samaritan, who was impressed with her determination to succeed against all the odds, the young girl scraped through high school. Hope for Education Ghana hopes to upgrade its support to a full tuition sponsorship for the last two years of her studies until she graduates in 2017.

Dorcas Awuah Adomah
Priscilla Adu and Anita Barnie

Priscilla and Anita

Priscilla Adu is 19 years old. She and her older sister, Anita Barnie, come from a family of four siblings. Priscilla is currently a freshman studying sociology, social work and religions at the university of Ghana, Legon—Accra. Anita is a second-year student learning a BS in Natural Resource Management at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology at Kumasi, Ghana. While their father is alive, the family continues to struggle every day to pay their tuition fees and bills. This is because for more than 10 years, their father has been jobless due to an acute form of diabetes and heart complications. Previously, he was the principal breadwinner in the family. Their mother is without any stable source of income. These brilliant and talented girls suffer the pain and humiliation of being sent home constantly because they cannot pay their fees. These very gifted sisters finished high school thanks to the benevolence of well-wishers. Unfortunately, these generous people cannot support their college education. If we cannot help them, it is likely that they will not be able to finish school.


Rhoda is 20 years and in second year student of the Nurses and Midwifery Training School at Sunyani, Ghana. Rhoda has been asked to defer her studies because her aunt (her guardian) can no more afford to pay her fees. Rhoda lost her mom and only parent when she was 2 years and since then, her aunt has been responsible for her upkeep; but she too lost her husband and her petty trading has fallen on the rocks. In spite of all that, she managed to put Rhoda into nursing school during the first year. However, things are so difficult that she can no more continue to sponsor her niece. At the moment, HopE Ghana has approached the school authorities to let Rhoda be in school with the promise to pay her tuition including her arrears. Why not help to make such a beautiful dream come true?



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.


Jasintha is 25 years and in her second year of college, studying to complete her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the Tamale campus of the University of Development Studies. Jasintha is the fourth of seven children and the only girl. When she was accepted into college last year, she almost could not attend. After many appeals to get tuition fees with no luck, a Good Samaritan stepped forward with the necessary funds for her. Unfortunately for Jasintha, the Samaritan’s business is not doing well. He cannot continue to help. Without these funds, Jasintha will need to drop out of college. Jasintha wants to give back to her village and surrounding communities once she becomes a nurse. On behalf of Jasintha and her community, please help us. HopE Ghana needs your support to make her dream come true. Your financial support will go beyond just helping Jasintha; you’ll be helping an entire community.

Juliet Holloway Hayford


Juliet Holloway Hayford is a HopE Ghana success story. HopE Ghana offered financial support to Juliet so she could complete her high school education. Today, she is entering nursing college to train as a nurse midwife; she will begin her studies later this fall (2015). Coming from a family of five siblings and dire financial need meant that Juliet was going to drop out of high school until HopE Ghana came to her aid. Now more than ever, the young girl needs our continued support to graduate. Help us to make her dreams come true; help her to put smiles on the faces of those she will treat as a result of her training.


Philomina Osei is 21 years old and pursuing a Business Administration degree at Ghana Baptist University College. The young girl hopes to be a banker someday. In September 2015, Philomina will enter her third year of college. Her greatest fear is that her father’s retirement and ill-health and her mother’s age and unemployment, will keep her from completing her college education. She has applied to many organizations for help without success. Because of the financial burden on the family, Philomina now commutes from home to school since her parents can no more afford the room and board fees. Living at home means that she is constantly distracted by household chores which interferes with the time she can spend doing reading and assignments.

Philomina Osei
Eva Adomah


Eva is 27 years old and currently pursuing a Nursing program at Tepa Midwifery and Nursing training school in the Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana. She will enter her second year in September 2015. When her parents separated 20 years ago, Eva and her eight siblings have depended on their single mom for everything. Eva completed high school in 2012, but she had to work as a street vendor to save enough money to allow her to go to nursing school. The Ghanaian government recently eliminated all aid to nursing students, and Eva has to postpone her training to work save the money she needs to finish her program. Right now, Eva has some outstanding debt from her last semester. Eva needs HopE Ghana and your support to finish her studies. Please help us make that possible.


Raphael is 23 years old. He wants to become a teacher. He just needs help. He lost his father when he was a baby and the mother in 2013. Since then, his aged grandmother has been responsible for his care. Coming from one of the remotest parts of the Brong Ahafo Region and losing both parents, Raphael did not allow his situation to bog him down. He struggled against the odds and completed high school with the support of his grandma. Now, the young man needs your help to go to college to make his teaching dream come true. Any amount will help him. You can be the one to make a difference.



Emmanuel is 19 years old and the second of three children. Currently, Emmanuel lives with the mother who is a petty trader and the only breadwinner for the family of five. Since 2007, Emmanuel’s father has been incapacitated because of a stroke. Emmanuel finished high school, but he wants to learn to be land surveyor. It doesn’t take a lot of money to help Emmanuel. Your contribution to HopE Ghana will support his college education and give hope to him and his family of a better way of life.


Francis is 20 years old and completed high school in 2013. Since then, he has not been able to continue his education because of the financial difficulties his family is going through. In 2012, the five-acre cocoa farm the family depended on was destroyed by bush fires. Right now, Francis has applied to college but doesn’t know where he will find the money to pay his tuition fees. Why not help HopE Ghana make his dreams come true?

Francis Oppong
Emmanuel Asamoah


Emmanuel is 17 years old and comes from a family of three children. In his second year of junior high school, he lost his father to a fatal accident and the family lost their breadwinner. Currently, Emmanuel’s mother struggles to support her family’s needs for housing, food, education and health needs. In spite of that, Emmanuel wants to become a pharmacist. He has applied to a college to fulfill that dream. One day, Emmanuel too hopes to care for orphans and families like his. You can help HopE Ghana make it possible.


Bismark, aged 20, his four siblings, and mother have already received HopE Ghana’s help. When his father, Felix Dasmani, a teacher at the Notre Dame Girls High School died in a fatal accident one month after school started, HopE Ghana helped them by providing a three-bedroom house with a hall and all the appliances plus electricity. In September 2015, Bismark will enter his junior year at the University of Cape Coast pursuing a degree in education. We are proud of his accomplishment, and happy we helped by supporting this wonderful family.

Bismark Dasmani
Wilfred Kofi Twum


Wilfred Kofi Twum is a 20-year-old, first-year general nursing student at the Drobo St. Mary’s Campus of the Holy Family Nursing and Midwifery Training College, Berekum, Ghana. Wilfred is from a family of four children. Both of her parents are unemployed and the mother is suffering from ill health. Several years ago, Wilfred’s father lost his job as a local mason and is now too old to do manual or meaningful work to support his family. When Wilfred was admitted to nursing school, his mother had to sell her small cosmetic shop to pay his tuition fees. Since then, his mother and father have been searching for sponsorship to ensure that their son can complete his education and become a nurse. HopE Ghana hopes to be able to support Wilfred and his parents so that he can achieve his dreams.

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)

HopE Ghana is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization

Education in Ghana's Brong Ahafo Region