Ryvanz-Mia Childcare

Who We Are

About Us

Why Ryvanz-Mia?

Ryvanz-Mia Childcare was established in 2006 as a charitable nonprofit organization in Ghana devoted to making life a better place for vulnerable and foster children through various initiatives designed to support, feed, educate and house a foster/orphan child in need. We, the founders, are passionate, loving, and caring about what we do to support humanity. If you share and believe in our work and would like to help support us, we would love to have you back! To learn more about our work, subscribe to our Blog, visit our current project pageand more, as well as contact us.  

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Our Mission

Our mission is to promote the growth of our children, offer them a better quality of life and opportunities to become active and responsible members of the community.

Future Plans

The future of Ryvanz-Mia Childcare looks bright as we have projects and programs we intend to roll out. As an organization, we acquire six plots of land near Kpando to begin constructing Ryvanz-Mia Village. When completed, will house and mentor foster children in the home and the school. Hope Memorial School. We invite individuals, volunteers, and other organizations to assist us in realizing this dream by donating money, setting up fundraising for the children and the organization, reading more about our work, and learning how to make a change today.

 

Reintegration of our children

After 15 years of caring for our children into adulthood, there is the need to reintegrate them into the society.As a result, we have reintegrated eight of our children with their extended families after ten (10) of them successfully completed senior high school. It is important to note that all donations for this organization are shared with all residents we reintegrated. Currently, Ryvanz-Mia, as an organization, runs foster parenting programs jointly with the Department of Social Welfare (DSW) to reunify children with their extended families within the shortest period possible. 

 

How it all began

Ryvanz-Mia got its start in the form of tragedy. When the founder, Mama Esi, lost her loved ones, she decided to help orphans in their memory. She began assisting orphans starting with two children, George and Mawuli, out of her own home, later increasing to 23 children. The house ( formerly an orphanage) is named after her daughter Ryvanz, learn more, and her first volunteer, Mia. Since then, she has been helping these orphaned children gain a second life in the memory of her cherished loved ones. Most of them completed senior high school and are integrated into the community. We plan to continue other supportive programs to ensure they are successful with the right job. Learn More.>>

Learn More about how the founder Mama Esi, became inspired even though those tragedies hit her to open her home and offer all her resources to support the vulnerable children.