The Rural Education and Development Program (REDEP) is an all-volunteer non-governmental, non-partisan organization based in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District in the Central Region of Ghana. REDEP was legally incorporated in November, 1999 and granted NGO status by the Department of Social Welfare in April, 2001.

REDEP provides opportunities for the rural communities to work together voluntarily to enhance standard of living. REDEP assists and support the rural communities in areas of education, environment, health, poverty alleviation, water and sanitation as well as any other developmental activities important for them..

The members of the board of REDEP and the officers are either current residents of the district or were born and raised there, left to pursue other careers, and have now joined with REDEP in an effort to improve the lives of people in the district.

REDEP has received funds from the Ghana AIDS Commission for education in HIV/AIDS, New England Biolabs Foundation (USA); the Cottonwood Foundation; America Jewish World Service; Nyarkoa Foundation (USA) and World Bank (small grant) Service for assistance in improving the physical environment of the district through tree  planting, clean up, improving water supply and community education on gender issues.

About Us

The Rural Education and Development Program (REDEP) is an all-volunteer non-governmental, non-partisan organization based in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District in the Central Region of Ghana. REDEP was legally incorporated in November, 1999 and granted NGO status by the Department of Social Welfare in April, 2001.

Get in Touch

Rural Education and Development Programme (REDEP)
P. O. Box ML 904
Mallam-Accra Ghana, West Africa

Phone Number
233-20-8126237
233-54-5348846

Email:
jannodys@gmail.com