Volta Revival Foundation
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
History, mission, and vision statement
The Volta Revival Foundation was established in 2016 as a community support non profit to empower communities along the Volta River and Lake with human rights and education. It is our mission to eradicate all forms of child slavery in our target areas and to establish more just, inclusive, and equal societies in collaboration with partner communities.
In the three years we have been operational VRF has impacted over 5,000 people with direct, and in many cases life-saving aid. Some of our accomplishments include: sponsoring the education of eighteen children including thirteen child survivors of slavery, donating fifty bicycles to students living far from school, campaigning and successfully inhibiting two multinational corporations from displacing a community without just resettlement, providing pure water and wind powered electricity to schools, aiding in the establishment of the highest performing school in the district, running over fifteen youth sports camps, and much more. We are currently establishing monitoring and intervention mechanisms towards ending child trafficking from Ada, Ghana into fishing slavery.