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Tetnight Education & Wellbeing International (TEWBIT) is a UK registered Not For Profit Company, with Charitable Aims. It was incorporated in 2011 to fund sustainable educational programmes in Greater Accra, Ghana.

TEWBIT's sister project, LAMKOTET, provides training and apprenticeships in Agriculture and Agro Business, leading to Certification in Farm Management. In so doing, supporting and sponsoring the next generation of young Farmers, youth employment, long term food-security and self-sufficiency.

The Charitable projects were founded and have been funded by Charlotte Nightingale since 2003. The overall objectives - are to change lives - make a difference through Education and training - increase opportunities - especially for girls and women, improve self-reliance, and most significantly - to break the cycle of poverty.

Goal 2 of the Millennium Development Goals advocates Universal Primary Education for all children by 2015. The reality is there are still 32 million children in sub-Sahara Africa with no access to basic education.

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The TEWBIT and LAMKOTET projects meet the objectives of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, which supports educational projects and self-help initiatives in Africa.

TEWBIT began as a self-help group comprising of mothers (GaDangme Yei Anoyaa Kpee - meaning GaDangme Women Development Association) from the Greater Accra area of Ghana, whose aim is to improve conditions of women and children through education, both formal and informal.

In view of the Millennium Development Goals the management team felt that it was essential for the Educational Project to be more inclusive, diverse and broad-based, as well as to offer real life changing opportunities to other target group in the area.

The organisation supports Youth Training to improve real job opportunities and to improve their economic and social wellbeing, personal development and entrepreneurship.

Active support is given to girls and women to achieve economic strength through Micro level income generating activities.

Young smiling African girl, Emmanuella

TEWBIT pursues policies that foster jobs creation and employment opportunities for the target group.

Charity Projects

Hair dressing salon New hair dressing salon built for Quaye who was struggling to make a living as a hairdresser under a tent.

Mini market From the success of Charlotte helping Cynthia setting up a fish smoking business, she has now progressed to a Mini mart.

Casa Lottie Classicals Charlotte offered to support her by buying her a portable piano, and together with her husband Alberto, paid for Christiana’s music lessons to enable her to develop her talents.

Raising awareness of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals target 2015 » Click to find out more
 

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