Transformed Lives, Changed Communities
We are born with potential, yet we see a lot of human potential go waste in many communities in Ghana and abroad as a result of barriers of extreme poverty, deprivation, exclusion, disease, hunger, discouragement and limited opportunities.
News Alerts: ~ INVTC is now The Centre for Empowerment and Enterprise Development (CEED) (click to visit)
Mr. Lawrence Yirenkyi-Boafo, a member of International Needs Ghana (INGH) has been called home to eternity. He was laid to rest at the Osu Cemetery on Saturday…more info
The people of Gbegbevia, Kordorwukope and surrounding communities in the Ketu South Municipality can now access potable water. The communities have been connected to the Wego Community…more info
Queen Mathilde of Belgium interacted with some traditional rulers of INGH’s child protection project communities in the Central Region, during her recent three-day visit to Ghana. The…more info