In our projects JPG acts as the European partner of YHFG. JPG gets a significants part of their funds from membership fees and private donations.  In addition, the following organisations are supporting our joint projects:

  • zetVisions AG (Heidelberg) is funding the Remedial School of  YHFG and is enabling us to consolidate and develop the project.  (since 2015)
  • Rotary Club Heidelberger Schloss (Heidelberg) has supported the construction of dormitories for the YHFG Remedial School as well as the purchase of inventory for the new youth centre. Recently they are engaging in the construction of the study veranda for the Remedial School.  (2013 and 2017)
  • Help Ghana Foundation (Den Haag) supported the equipment of the Youth Centre library with learning material and the purchase of furniture.  (2014)
  • Kuntinkantan Foundation (Amsterdam) has funded the Annual YHFG I Can Do Anything Sports Tournament for young people with and with physical challenges.  (since 2013)
  • Otto-Pankok-Gymnasium (Mülheim a.d. Ruhr) has supported the completion of the Apotdabogo Junior High School. Ever since we have a partnership established between the school and the YHFG Youth Centre. Students of the Otto Pankok Gymnasium are raising funds through various activities on a regular basis. (since 2012)
  • Ontmoet Afrika (Meet Africa – Alkmaar) has played a significant role in various youth projects through sending volunteers from the Netherlands. The volunteers help in the project work and contribute to the development of the projects with their own expertise. (since 2009)
  • Inholland University of Applied Sciences (Amsterdam) supported the Sexual and Reproductive Health Education of young people financially and through various research projects.(since 2009)
  • Maastricht University is supporting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Education of young people financially and through various research projects.(since 2009)


Partners in completed projects:

  • The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development ( BMZ – Berlin) funded the construction of the new YHFG Youth Centre building. This has contributed significantly to secure the work of YHFG on a long term perspective. Furthermore, it has opened the projects to a greater target group. The building is the home of the YHFG Remedial School. (2013).
  • The Sir Halley Stewart Trust (London) funded the first Peer Education Project of YHFG which was the basis for various other projects in this field.  The trust played a central role in developing the YHFG into one of the key stake holders in this area in Ghana. (2012)
  • The UN-Habitat Urban Youth Fund (Nairobi) awarded the STEP UP Project to YHFG, in which young seemstresses after their basic training received further education in design and enterpreneurship to help them set up their own business. (2012)
  • The Landesstiftung Baden Württemberg (Stuttgart) funded the initial establishment of the YHFG youth centre with an office for consultation and various youth services. (2009 – 2011)
  • Il Fuoco del Futuro (Siena) supported the construction of the Apotdabogo Junior High School. (in 2010)
  • The Tiefburg Primary School (Heidelberg) organised different activities to raise funds for a library and 40 school benches for the Apotdabogo Primary School. (2006-2010)
  • The Support Group of the Swiss Tropical Institute (Basel) funded the very first project of YHFG “Awareness of HIV/AIDS and Healthy Sexual Life” at 7 Senior High Schools in Bolgatanga. This project was not only the beginning of the Sexual Health Education of YHFG, but marked the beginning of the story of the organisation. (2003-2005)

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