Back from the Volta Region

It started as a journey to see some deprived communities in the Volta Region. Upon reaching the town, our team members realized the state and condition of the natives of this land and decided to have a word or two with them. Tekpevia is a small village which has no school but a hut which serves as a place for learning and church services on the weekend.

Stephen and Mark, our RAPID team members sought to harness a good relationship with the people of the land so that they will have the warmest reception on their next visit. According to reports, teachers decline to teach in the village so a good Samaritan has taken it upon himself to pay the available teachers 50cedis a month just to have some of the kids educated at the end of the day.

RAPID is poised on visiting Tekpevia again with a plan to invest in the people.

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The Regional Advocacy for Public Development (RAPiD) is a non partisan, non affiliated, non politically aligned and not for profit organisation formed by the people and for the people in response to the growing concerns of the steady devaluation of the quality of life in Ghana. We are a multi-purpose advocacy group which aims to find effective solutions to socio-economic, environmental and governmental problems through research, consultations and advocacy. We wish to assist public institutions with policy evaluation and monitor the effective implementation of policies... Read More