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What Make Us Different
Lots of Children
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead
The SFLIG Volunteer and Internship program is truly dedicated to changing the lives of children, especially girls from orphanages and struggling families. Additionally, we provide support to single mothers who may be facing various challenges. Our aim is to make a positive difference in the lives of those who come from difficult backgrounds by offering help in areas such as school enrollment, housing, medical care, and providing start-up capital for single mothers. Through our efforts, we strive to reduce poverty and
promote community growth while supporting the United Nations’ first Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Give Education for Children
Our goal is to establish a link between those seeking to give back and those in need of assistance. This partnership is truly beneficial, allowing volunteers to fully engage with a new culture while simultaneously bringing prosperity to the community.
Our firm's unwavering vision is to provide a truly voluntary experience that not only empowers the individual volunteer but also fosters self-awareness. Our program offers equal opportunities for giving and receiving, making it an exceptional opportunity for those who seek to make a difference.
Our top priority is to use our resources to provide education and opportunities to those who may not have access to them, with a focus on women and girls. We believe in giving back through volunteering and internships to make a positive impact.
Why SFLIG Volunteers?
SFLIG Volunteers is an outstanding non-governmental organization that aims to provide education to underprivileged members of our society. Our primary focus is on empowering young mothers and girls to become future leaders of change. Unfortunately, families in Ghana still have to bear the costs of uniforms, textbooks, school lunches, transportation, and registration fees despite education being meant to be free. Due to the limited opportunities available to girls in the agricultural and informal sectors compared to civil service work, families often prioritize educating their sons over their daughters.