ANIDA PROJECTS

helping make a difference in the world with every donation

The Silent Cry Project is ANIDA’s child sponsorship program.

SILENT CRY

ANIDA believes that all children have the right to education, regardless of their socioeconomic background, gender, or country of origin. Unfortunately, nearly 57 million primary-school aged children do not attend school. When accounting for children who are not in secondary school, the number increases to over 200 million children. Often, children are barred from attending school because they simply cannot afford the school fees and the costs of textbooks and uniforms.
"I talk to the children, and I encourage them telling them they shouldn't give up, that ANIDA is there and we are going to help them, we are going to support them!"
Kwame
former sponsored child
Current Logistics & Communications Lead

The Women’s Development Centre offers academic and vocational programs for women in Ghana.

The Women’s Development Centre joins an international push that recognizes the need to close the opportunity and wealth gap between men and women. We believe in shared prosperity and the fair distribution of opportunities, wealth, and leadership. Women are more likely to face poverty, a problem that has serious reverberations for their families since they are often the primary caregivers. To that end, ANIDA acts as a resource network for women seeking to upgrade their skills training.

2700

+

Women were provided training by the Women’s Development Centre

823

Women’s Development Centre program graduates since 2004.

WDC PROGRAMMING OFFERS

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literacy skills development
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Computer training
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business classes
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vocational training
school of continuing education
The School of Continuing Education is designed for learners have not had the opportunity to complete elementary or secondary school. The school offers are range of professional development classes on English, Twi, Math, Business, and Computer Literacy.
school of Aesthethics
The School of Aesthetics prepares students for careers in the hair and beauty industries. Learners are exposed to the fundamentals of hairstyling (like braiding, dying, relaxing and perming hair). They are also trained to give manicures, pedicures and facial treatments.
“Gone is the day where I had to seek the assistance of people to be able to withdraw money from the bank. Now I can fill any document being at the bank or elsewhere.”
NORA
2015 WDC VALEDICTORIAN

PROJECT NOAH

Project Neighbourhood Outreach and Help houses our local Canadian programming. We not only have projects that focus on international development, but we also have a positive impact on our immediate community.

FOOD BANKS

As part of our Emergency Relief initiative, ANIDA hosts food banks in Toronto and Ottawa in order to meet the immediate needs of our communities.

Our foodbanks currently serve over 100 individual and families every week.

Location INFORMATION:

Toronto

4401 Steeles Ave. West
Toronto, ON
M3N 2S4

Hours of operation:

Wednesday
9am - 12pm

Ottawa

1190 Newmarket Street Ottawa, ON K1B 1A6

Wednesday
3:30pm - 6pm

A PROUD MEMBER OF

DISASTER RELIEF

These are the current initiatives we are mobilizing to support.