PROJECTS

These are some of the projects The Al-Araimy Foundation is working on

21st Century Education in Ghana

Ghana's education system is in crisis.  Schools are in poor condition, massively oversubscribed with some classes in excess of 100 children.  Schools are not given budgets in advance and it is barely enough to get by.  The children are suffering from a lack of support and many have never had a fiction book to their name.  The schools also do not have libraries full of books like those in the UK.  

It is Nasser's determination to raise the standards of education in Ghana through provision of resources, in the hope that this will raise the life chances and prospects of students from financially and socially disadvantaged backgrounds.  

The DREAM Project - Getting Knives off Streets

This project was conceived after a 15 year old student at a school Nasser worked at was murdered outside the school.  Witnessing the effect on the whole community, it was suggested by a trauma counsellor that the Foundation focus its efforts on this.  

A member of the Al-Araimi family was killed in 2020 which added to the urgency that something needs to be done.  The Foundation hopes to raise enough money to work with other organisations to transform communities by giving youths a way out to achieve their dreams,  Is it possible to build community centres to provide scholarships, tuition, coaching, training, community events? What about financial support for parents?

What happened to the community fun days of the 2000s?

 

For the first time since founding in 2018, The Foundation will be not only accepting, but actively seeking donations for this. 

This project was conceived after a 15 year old student at a school Nasser worked at was murdered outside the school.  Witnessing the effect on the whole community, it was suggested by a trauma counsellor that the Foundation focus its efforts on this.  

A member of the Al-Araimi family was killed in 2020 which added to the urgency that something needs to be done.  The Foundation hopes to raise enough money to work with other organisations to transform communities by giving youths a way out to achieve their dreams,  Is it possible to build community centres to provide scholarships, tuition, coaching, training, community events? What about financial support for parents?

What happened to the community fun days of the 2000s?

 

For the first time since founding in 2018, The Foundation will be not only accepting, but actively seeking donations for this.