CHRISEF-CARE FOUNDATION is a Ghanaian NGO that seek the well being of the women, Children, orphans, and the aged. Chrisef-care is a community-builder delivering resources for children, orphans, women and the aged. We partner with young people, families, schools, communities and organizations to create enabling environment programmes and support structures for children, orphans, aged and Women. Chrisef-Care Foundation has partner with Keb Strategic Services and the Member of Parliament for Twifo Hemang Lower Denkyira (Hon. Lawyer Wireku Brobby Bright) to create 34 groups within the district with about 1200 membership on the program Livelihood dubbed Women Economic empowerment where we train business women on financial literacy.
To be premier provider of support services in areas of Education, health focusing on MH awareness and livelihood programs.
To be recognise as one the best Non profitable organization in Ghana delivering diverse responsibility to help the vulnerable to explore all opportunity around them and utilize such opportunities' in full capacity and potentials without wastage.
Education is very crucial in every human being live and, for a country to develop education plays an important role. This is the reason why Chrisef-care foundation is keen on Education. It is centered on girl-child education through interventions across early, primary, secondary, adult, digital, sports and civic. Our programmes address all stages of life, including imparting soft-skills that are needed for better quality of life.
Health is a very key in the development of a nation Chrisef-care foundation is very critical about health of the country Ghana. Under Chrisef-care foundation, health program includes: Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive health: This program is centered on teenager. A teenager is young person who is developing into an adult and this is between the ages of 12 and 19 years.
This program seeks to address the challenges of youth unemployment and poverty by providing the youth with opportunities for career development through education, mentorship, soft and hard skills training, entrepreneurship, and employment. Beneficiaries of the Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Development program are Youth aged 16-35 who are already engaged in some form of informal employment .