HQ: 11103 Birch Way Clinton, MD 20735 USA || West Africa: House Number 67, Ecowas road, Accra, Ghana.

  • HQ: 11103 Birch Way Clinton, MD 20735 USA. West Africa: House Number 67, Ecowas road, Accra, Ghana.


Little Dresses for Africa and the ebenezer akwanga human rights and humanitarian institute

The 2012 GOOD-FAITH AGREEMENT ‘Gentleman Agreement’

Since the inception of the eahrhi, no other organization has been so helpful to us as the Little Dresses for Africa. As stated on their website, Little Dresses for Africa is a non-profit 501c3, Christian organization, which provides relief to the children of Africa. Simple dresses are made out of pillow cases, and distributed through the orphanages, churches and schools in Africa to plant in the hearts of little girls that they are worthy!

In 2012, through phone calls and emails, the eahrhi contacted Rachel O’Neill, pioneer of Little Dresses for Africa and entered into a ‘Good Faith Agreement’ in which Little Dresses for Africa agreed to work with eahrhi in the Institute’s drive to assist the African girl-child. Little Dresses for Africa has already provided the first major consignments of dresses, shoes and other items to the eahrhi.

The eahrhi is grateful to Little Dresses for Africa for its support and will continue to work with the Christian organization in bringing light where there is darkness in Africa through hopeful and inspirational projects.

To support the work of Little Dresses for Africa, please kindly click here to go directly to their website. There you will be thrilled by the amazing works being done by the Children of God in alleviating the plight of children in orphanages and other areas in society in 78 countries around the world including 47 in Africa – changing lives one little dress at a time…

The Nana Akosoa Gyamfiaba Foundation and the Ebenezer Akwanga Human Rights and Humanitarian Institute

The Nana Akosoa Gyamfiaba Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower the youth, rural poor and vulnerable women to harness the opportunities available in the resource-endowed Western Region in particular and Ghana as a whole. The Foundation combines research, advocacy, mentoring and skills training to equip and motivate the youth and women in rural communities to identify and undertake self-initiated projects that will enhance their livelihoods and boost local economic development.