We work in rural Ghana in the Asuogyman District in a town called Senchi Ferry.

Students from over 20 villages attend the schools in Senchi,  since poor rural villages have no schools of their own.

The people of Senchi Ferry are happy, friendly and hard working people.

Christians and Muslims live and work together in harmony.

But, this community is very poor.

Homes have no electricity,  running water, or plumbing.

Most adults are illiterate and uneducated, but they want more for their children.  Limited Education = Limited Lives