GoldCoast Network's Read Wide Project

Updated: Oct 4, 2018

Below you can learn about GoldCoast Network's Read Wide Project and what their organization stands for. Make sure to get connected with them if you are interested in partnering on likeminded projects.


GoldCoast Network is an NGO made up of young people who have the woes of less privileged and needy in the society at heart. Our main vision is to fight poverty among kids through activism, empowerment and health education by partnering with mission driven organisations.


So we operate with 3 key thematic areas:

  1. Providing basic school supplies for deprived kids/schools as a form of empowerment and also preach to them (both patents & kids) the importance of education

  2. Organise free basic health screening and talks for the kids

  3. General donations to boost their welfare

The main agenda for this School drive project was to make sure that kids in deprived schools also get the best materials to ensure quality education. They might not have the best infrastructures, but with the right supplies and good classroom ethics they can achieve good results.


At GoldCoast Network we believe the only way one can achieve greatness is to be educated. Our target for the Read Wide Project was on schools kids of Olefleku D/A primary school in the Gomoa West. We want to help ensure quality education in Rural Ghana. My Participation in the Re-Turn School Drive really gave me much insight about our project. First of all, it thought me the channels to use when embarking on such projects - As in connecting with the appropriate authorities on the ground. Also, it geared me up by showing me how great things can be achieved through team effort. One of the greatest lesson I learned from the Re-Turn School Drive was that letting people know that because we also got to where we are due to someone's effort, it's good to always volunteer for impact.



For GoldCoast Network to engage diaspora, we need to continue to preach our vision in a transparent manner. A platform like Re-Turn can connect diaspora who will like to engage in similar projects with us.


I'm Foster Julius Billah a Co-founder and also Public Relations Officer of GoldCoast Network. Anyone interested can read more about us on our website: www.goldcoastnw.org

Email Us At: info@goldcoastnw.org

Facebook: @GoldCoast Network

Twitter: @Goldcoastnw

Instagram: @Goldcoastnw

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