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Promoting Organic Farming and Entrepreneurship Training for Women in Agriculture is an initiative that attempts to help local farmers (women) improve their output, income, and food security. This initiative aims to improve farmer skills and boost the efficacy and sustainability of farming groups in the Nkwanta South Municipality. Furthermore, by strengthening technical agricultural, business, and functional literacy abilities, farmers will be able to boost crop yields and pursue commercialization opportunities. We are training folks from each community to become literacy facilitators. They will be taught agriculture-related literacy skills such as crop cultivation, storage, fertiliser measurements, pesticide labelling, and marketing. They will then give literacy training in groups of five.

 We are combining organic farming and entrepreneurship training to create a practical and integrated learning experience for the rural women. And this will equip them with relevant skills to increase their production/income. This project has been piloted in 2022 where hundred (100) women farmers from four communities are supported.


Promoting sanitation in ntruboman shs

Vulnerable Aid Organization is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before, and we are very proud of the progress we continue to make.

We are currently buiding an ultramodern toilet facility in Ntruboman senior high school in the Nkwanta south municipality. This project comes with clean water for the students. It will help promote quality education in the area.

The project is funded by the Australian High Commission under the Direct Aid Program


sustainable water supply and hygiene promotion

Furthering our cause is the most important goal of our organization. We seek to support, empower, and provide high quality resources to the communities we serve. Our success isn’t measured in terms of wealth or profit margin, but by the value we provide to those we serve. Learn more about our water supply projects, the efficiency and sustainability module here



This pathway of change is based on the assumption that to improve SRHR, a supportive socio-cultural, political and legal environment, which protects young people’s rights and enables them to access SRHR information, education and services, free from stigma and discrimination, is essential.

Young people are best servants of themselves and therefore better positioned to identifying what they need and what they want as far as their SRHR is concern. They therefore hold the key to producing interventions that would best mitigate their SRHR challenges. Active involvement of all young people at every stage of the our Programme is required to get them adequately empowered to voice their rights and those of others, their ideas, connection, unique youthful expertise in SRHR intervention and active participation in the implementation of programmes developed.  

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Provision of school furniture

This year, we aim at providing a total of 600  dual desks to some 4 rural primary schools within the Nkwanta south municipality. Some funds has been secured from our cherished donors whiles we are still fundraising to cover the remaining  cost. 

Do you want to donate to this project? Please contact us. 



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