HOMEThe CommunityEducation in GhanaSelecting StudentsThe StudentsStudent GradesBoard of DirectorsThank YouDONATE
The Ghana Scholarship Fund, Inc. provides scholarships to high school and university for students from rural communities in Ghana, West Africa whose parents can’t afford to pay the required tuition fees.
96 Students have received a scholarship to high school
4 Students have received a scholarship to university 

Click below to view our YouTube video:




I want a brighter future.
Won’t you help me?

“Please, I want to attend senior high school and continue to become a nurse.  This will help me to contribute my quota towards the development of my nation and to achieve my aim of encouraging girls education so we can serve Mother Ghana.”

Many Villages Benefit
Not every village in rural Ghana has a school.  Therefore, children from the following villages attend the schools in Senchi Ferry and participate in the Ghana Scholarship Fund, Inc.
Adomi, Akrade, Akwarmifie, Apaaso, Atimpoku, Kotropei, Mangoese, New Akrade, Old Akrade, Senchi Ferry, New Senchi, South Senchi who attend the junior high schools in Senchi Ferry or New Akrade

100% of ALL donations
are used to educate a child. 
All donations to the Ghana Scholarship Fund, Inc. are 100% tax deductible as the Ghana Scholarship Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 


Please congratulatethe the first group of GSF students to receive a scholarship to university starting this fall.  We were disappointed that none of our female high school graduates applied to university this year.  We hope to see female faces next year!



Ghana Scholarship Fund &

EVCOAfrica Partnership



Akwamuman Senior High School Receives A Donation of  50 Computers Loaded with On-line Tutorials 

Our shared goal is to improve learning in rural Ghana by: (1) providing scholarships to high school and university and by: (2) donating computers loaded with on-line academic tutorials in order to enhance learning. EVCOAfrica is a 501(c)3 NGO which donates computers to rural communities in Africa, which are loaded with on-line tutorials called RACHEL.

RACHEL contains 178 gigabytes of web-based files equivalent to fifteen thousand books and on-line tutorial audio lessons (Khan Academy) in mathematics, science and all conceivable subjects as well as research materials (Wikipedia) all in a digital web-based form that does not require Internet access.  

On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 a ceremony was held at the Akwamuman Senior High School in order to donate the 50 computers loaded with the on-line RACHEL tutorials to the high school, which is the high school attended by all of the Ghana Scholarship Fund students. These learning tools will go a long way to enhance the education of the 2,500 students who currently attend this senior high school as well as all of the future students who will grace its doors.

(RACHEL stands for Remote Area Community Hotspots for Education and Learning).