Street Girls Aid
Street Girls Aid (S. Aid) was established in February 1994 and is a non-religious, non-political organization working with street connected children and at risk children/youth, their families and their communities across the country. S. Aid’s projects are designed to assist the children’s reintegration (reintegration into their families, the school system, employment and the larger society)
S. Aid is an independent Ghanaian NGO, and is run entirely by Ghanaian staff.
Our mission is premised on no child must be left behind and that all children and young women no matter where they live must have a high quality of life and an opportunity to achieve their fullest potential and thus contribute to the society.
S.Aid’s work contributes to the following SDGs
What We Do
We believe every child deserves an opportunity to a better future. We do whatever it takes to ensure this reality for all children living in street situations
Street Outreach Program
Young Mothers Support Program
Since our inception in 1994, close to 15 000 children and young women have directly benefited from our services. An average of 350 children benefit from the services yearly as mothers take advantage of a safe daycare and the expectation that their children will be better prepared for formal education.