Creation of Women’s Enterprise Centres

Women are the heart of the family and of family economics in rural Ghanaian villages. Income opportunities are sparse, require ...
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Girl Child Education

Baraka along with partner organizations worked with Alfred when he was alive to support girl child education in northern Ghana ...
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Income generation

From day one we have been focused on supporting income generation for rural women. This has included the economic impact ...
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Micro-credit support

Baraka has supported micro-credit initiatives in communities where our products are produced The launch of the Fund and the Dignity ...
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Renovation of Kperisi Chief’s Palace

Baraka supplies contributed resources to support the complete renovation of the Kperisi Chief’s Palace.  Age-old traditional construction materials and supplies ...
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School supplies

Our team and various partners organized a Christmas 2009 fundraiser in British Columbia, Canada’s Cowichan Valley (where we are based) ...
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School Uniforms and Supplies

Children, from kindergarten and up, wear uniforms to go to school.  These are generally custom made with fabric purchased from ...
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Sports equipment

Baraka Supplies and Shea Butter Market made a donation of sports equipment to the Tapko village children. The supplies included ...
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Tree Planting

Baraka worked with Shea Butter Market to support in-country development volunteers Greg Horne and Fabienne Calvert Filteau to spend several ...
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A number of specific project opportunity areas have been identified and we are engaging with the women and families Baraka works with to assess and prioritize them.

In general, they will be focused on communities and areas where Baraka works with women and families for our Oils, Butters and Baskets. The focus areas are described below

For Prior Projects use this (and also put it in prior projects on the home page and at the start of the Prior Projects page

See some of our earlier projects supporting women, children, environment and communities. These were made possible by the support of Baraka’s customers and network as well as friends and family.