Students at the Aisha Bintu Khalifa School in Otinibi, Ghana, receive an opportunity to gain computer literacy. The initiative by the Prem Rawat Foundation provides the possibility for impoverished children to learn skills to help them compete for better jobs.
Propelled by the Food for People (FFP) program, enrollment at Otinibi Basic School in Ghana is soaring. On January 29, a range of students, parents, and officials celebrated the grand opening of three new kindergarten classrooms that were badly needed to accommodate the increase.
One of Nepal’s top government officials recently visited the Food for People (FFP) facility in Nepal, giving it a superlative evaluation and recognizing its volunteers’ role in rescuing the community’s water supply.
New test results show that academic achievement is rising among students aided by The Prem Rawat Foundation’s (TPRF) Food for People (FFP) program in Nepal.