Our Work

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The Big Picture

If it’s about thought, creativity, design and action which expands the cultural and intellectual development of children in Ghana, we pay attention!

Our encouragement may take the form of providing inspiration, physical creative space, direct interaction with children, collaboration, information, advocacy and hands-on involvement in developing models or incubating new ideas.

Various Mmofra Language Club participants

What we do

We seek out and work with people who excel in a wide range of creative fields through which children in Ghana can grow culturally and intellectually.  From our premises, we bring our creative partners into contact with children from all backgrounds.

  • We provide enabling environments for child-centered research and creativity.
  • We conceptualize and develop books, audio-visuals, art exhibitions, literacy initiatives, theater arts programs, and creative messaging for social/health initiatives.
  • We incubate projects which benefit children and share our successes.
  • We monitor cultural trends affecting children, including new technology and media.
  • We maintain an extensive network of resources in culture and education in Ghana.
  • We provide consultancy services in culture, education, literacy and creative content for children generally.

our project highlights

Language Club

Our free club meets in a natural environment and exposes children of all backgrounds to excellence in Ghanaian, African and world cultures.

Bell Photo Archive

We educate children through our archive of unique photographs which tell a visual story of modern Ghana.

Made by Mmofra

We have pioneered locally published audio-books for children inspired by Ghanaian storytelling traditions.

Climate Education Exhibition

In October 2016 we’re bringing back the successful 2014 /2015 climate education exhibition with the theme OUR CLIMATE: THINK.ACT.CHANGE!, designed for school children aged 8 to 15. Mmofra Foundation Ghana has partnered again with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany for a one-week follow up exhibit.