What We Do

The vision of the Asamoah Gyan Foundation is to stimulate action for change among the vulnerable and needy members of marginalized society. We work with such people empowering them with the dignity that having freedom provides. Through this, we help them achieve higher social, economic and intellectual status thus improving their quality of life.

Our Vision

To make AGF the preferred charitable organization identified by national organizations, the donor community, and multinational organizations to facilitate resource mobilization to boost socio-economic development in under-served communities and districts. With our Vision in mind we work to identify problems confronting communities in Ghana and find short term, medium term and long term solutions to them. We recognize the roles played by the government of Ghana and its development partners to put in place new infrastructure while improving on the existing ones to enhance the total well being of the people by providing sustainable growth and development. It is for these and other factors that we augment the effort of government and organization.

Our Mission

Mobilize resources to support the provision of portable drinking water and enhance sanitation for rural communities.

Enhance and support women in agriculture.

Enhance the promotion of girl-child education.

Our Expertise

The Asamoah Gyan Foundation has undertaken projects in the following areas:

Resource Mobilization

Organize major fund raising activities to raise funds to support critical projects. Key events planned are: Fun games All stars soccer matches Dinner dances Awards and recognition events The ace icon, Asamoah Gyan will be the face of all these projects.

Community Development

Support basic facilities and amenities (potable drinking water, libraries, school computer laboratories where necessary and recreational facilities) needed by schools to ensure availability of well-rounded education for children/ young people in deprived and under-served communities.

Improved access to education

Identify a minimum of one thousand (1,000) school children with majority being girls from the Junior High School level who qualify to the Senior High School level in the next five years (these children should be brilliant but needy) and support them through school.

Access to portable water

The Foundation would put up mechanized bore holes in some selected needy communities and improve school facilities in these communities as well as other interventions when the need arises.

Sports & Recreation

For youth skill development, talent hunt developing coaches, football academy, etc.

Health Support

Provision of furnished equipped health posts to selected rural communities.