Who We Are

EDENation is a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to support underprivileged children who may not be enjoying their educational rights to the fullest owed to disability, financial constraints or disinterest or lack of motivation.

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What We Do

We achieve this by helping such children, otherwise, our scholars, to acquire literacy and numeracy skills and also developing their God-given talents through enrollment into schools and direct mentoring in and outside the classroom.

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What We've Done

EDENation has at present enrolled into school 10 children who were originally dropped out, had never been to school or were not motivated to stay in their previous schools. 10 other children with educational needs are also being supported through being provided with stationery, school uniforms, shoes, school bags and sometimes money to settle some school financial needs. This makes the number of EDENScholars 20 in all.

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Over the years, EDENation has done a lot since we launched our program. Find more about why we started this non-profit organization, our activities, events and achievements in the newsroom.

Sharing our History, a great start!

EDENation was inaugurated in September, 2017, graced by Nana Kweku Enu III, Chief of Apewosika-Kokoado, who also gave his blessings and support for the cause...

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Launching EDENation, the reasons?

EDENation was conceived and born out of the constant burden of seeing a lot of children growing up within the University of Cape Coast environs but not going to school...

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