Over 30 years of impacting lives and communities
International Needs Ghana (INGH) is a Christian development organization which began operations in Ghana in 1984 and was officially registered as a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization in October 1987.
We are committed to seeing transformed lives and changed communities through partnerships guided by God’s love and a commitment to holistic development. We seek to achieve this through our integrated thematic approach in promoting community development, with a focus on:
- Child Rights
- Gender & Empowerment
- Christian Witness
We are part of a global partnership in over 30 countries worldwide and in Ghana our interventions have covered 21 Metropolitan / Municipal / Districts Assemblies, across 5 regions. We operate from our head office in Accra and two operational offices in Winneba and Adidome.
International Needs Ghana is managed by an eleven-member Board of Directors with varying backgrounds from the world of business, law, finance and development. The Board meets quarterly to review organizational policies, performance and management of funds.
Mrs. Awurabena Okrah (Chairman)
Mr. Charles Otoo (Treasurer)
Mr. Cromwell Awadey (Executive Director)
Very Rev. Walter Pimpong (Member)
Mrs. Charity Binka (Member)
Mr. Alexander Leslie Ayeh (Member)
Mrs. Christabel Mirabel Mills (Member)
Mrs. Zuta Plahar (Member)
Mr. David Quaye Annang (Member)
Professor Benedict Nii Laryea Calys-Tagoe (Member)
The organization is managed on day-to-day basis by a management team headed by the Executive Director and assisted by functional heads.
Mr. Cromwell Awadey — Executive Director
Mr. Fred Harlley — Manager, People & Culture
Rev. Isaac Quarcoo — Manager, Education
Mr. Prosper Kumado — Manager, Christian Witness
Mrs. Priscilla Appiah — Manager, Finance
Mr. Joseph Gordon Mensah — Manager, Business Development & Communications