Partners in Community Development (Pacodep)

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes


The logo of Pacodep visualizes its range of thought.
The cornerstones in the colour of the Ghanaian flag symbolize the trafficked, enslaved children who once were seen as step stones like gravel on which you just walk on as you please.
The Black Star, Ghana’s national symbol stands for the rescued children who deserve to be seen as the future of the country.
The lines symbolize a crossroad in life; turning points in life. Pacodep is also functioning like a crossroad giving good opportunities to the children they rescue to develop their future.

  • Contact Information:
  • Mailbox KK 50 Kete-Krachi Volta Region
  • Kete-Krachi,
  • Ghana
  • Active In: Ghana
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness, Rescue, Aftercare
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Child Labor