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“So far MAD has funded over 300 community Projects, including the building of 128 classrooms, 80 toilet blocks and pit latrines, 12 pre-schools, 1 HIV clinic, 1 green house, 1 kitchen with a bread oven, 100 sinks and wash stations, 1 technical block, 8 permanent family houses and 20 fishing boats, 13 Water tanks for schools, 8 playgrounds, 5 bridges, 5 storm-drains, 2 bakeries, 1 Fish farm and a guinea pig shed. We’ve also planted over 25,000 trees, dug and laid 25 miles of water pipeline, taught 85,000 lessons, coached 63,000 sports sessions, renovated 6 orphanages and a home for street kids…and we’re still counting…”

Chief Torgbui Mottey I
You could even see you and your team volunteering overseas at one of our Project sites!
You can achieve this via a win-win partnership with the MAD Foundation, set up by a Social Entrepreneur John Lawler who’s organisation has taken over 7000 volunteers overseas to work on over 300 community projects in 15 countries since 1998.

Be Part of this Unique Story

All of our Projects support the work of the MAD (Make a Difference) Foundation which was established in 1999, by Social Entrepreneur John Lawler following his experiences whilst living in Ghana. John was enstooled as a Ghanaian Chief, Torgbui Mottey I, for his contribution to the local community and he continues today to visit Ghana, raise awareness and funds for people living in poverty all over the world.

To date we have enabled community development projects in the following countries: Ghana, Togo, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Peru, Fiji, Thailand, Vietnam, India, South Africa, Trindad, Venezeula and Sri Lanka and we hope to expand our work into more countries in the near future.


Case Study: Youth Ambassadors in Kenya

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