Salormey Volunteers Group
Salormey Volunteers Group (SVG) is a registered not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) providing community development information and services in the following areas: Health, Education, Environment and Information and Communication Technologies. We are part of a common effort with other Ghanaians -individuals and groups- to build a strong civil society, which will allow our voices to be heard by those that can be of assistance to our common efforts.
Our focus is on the Kwahu South District Communities, in the Eastern Region of Ghana; we are currently building partnerships with institutions in other parts of the country (Takoradi, Axim, Accra and other communities and Districts in the Eastern Region).
SVG was born in 2001, after its founders saw it necessary to be part of the developmental process of Africa. The founders were Frederick Frempong (Forest Technical Officer), Okoto Coster (Metallurgic Engineer), Rebeca Marta Lago (Anthropologist) and Eric Dwamena (Private Businessman).
Our mission is to provide individuals and communities with the necessary tools to achieve self-empowerment and self-development, challenging dependency chains that constrain people’s initiatives and potential.
SVG consists of volunteers, interns and staff. Volunteers and interns are members who volunteer time and their expertise for the promotion and achievement of the organisation’s objectives. The staff takes care of administrational duties, the development and implementation/ evaluation of our projects, and the placement and supervision of volunteers and interns.
PO BOX 256 Mpraeso-Kwahu
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