Featured Partner Project

Food for Assets Project

Through CCFC, people in Ghana who earn less than $1 per day are receiving 300,000 seedlings to plant, along with technical support. They are learning about new and improved forestation technologies such as pegging, planting, and fire ride creation. This project is restoring more than 500 acres of degraded forest in Ghana. It is allowing participating communities to own woodlots so they can harvest wood in a sustainable manner, meeting their needs and earning an income.

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“I think I am not ready yet. Many times the man is far older – enough to be my father. I want to complete my education and have a say in who I want to marry.”

Amina, 16, Ghana

Our Work, in Action

Woman with sewing machines in a vocational training class
Child holding Easter Card from caring Sponsor
Girls play outside of newly built classroom
Girl holding chicken received through Gift Catalogue donation

Christian Children's Fund of Canada partners with organizations and communities that share our values and goals

Together, we help communities become self-sustaining


Dr. J. Calvitt Clarke and Dr. Verent Mills start work with Chinese war orphans.


Dr. Clarke creates China's Children Fund (CCF).


CCF expands its work from Asia into the Middle East after WWII. Renames itself "Christian Children's Fund".


CCF has global reach, and Canadian support leads to the creation of Christian Children's Fund of Canada.

Our History
in Ghana

We have been working with communities in Ghana since 1996. We work in partnership with local organizations to help improve life for children, their families and their communities in five key areas: health and nutrition; education; water, sanitation and hygiene; sustainable economic growth; and strengthening community organizations.

How We Work

Focus on Children
Children are at the centre of all we do.
Life Stages
CCFC helps families support the healthy growth and development of children from infancy through childhood to adolescence and young adulthood.
Implementation Through Partners
CCFC is proud of its work with Canadian and international partners to transform the lives of children, families and communities for the better.
Community Development Across Sectors
We focus on five priorities: health and nutrition; education; water, sanitation and hygiene; sustainable economic growth; and strengthening community organizations.

Our Team

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Theresa Banoba Baveng
Program Manager
In this diverse and multi-faceted role, the Program Manager is responsible for strengthening and maintaining in-country partnerships and achieving social impact through the implementation of locally-driven sustainable development programs and projects.
Patrice Zongo
William Anim-Dankwa
Communications Manager
The Communications Manager is responsible for building the profile of CCFC in-country and internationally, through strategic activities in media and government relations, brand recognition, content development, ambassador and guest visit facilitation, networking and awareness raising.
Dorcas Amartey
Finance Manager
The Finance Manager is responsible for coordinating and tracking all in-country revenue and expenditures, managing financial reporting relationships between partners, and ensuring financial accountability and transparency through close monitoring and auditing of accounts.
Abdoulaye Diallo
Tutor Kwabena
Sponsorship Manager
Through engaging closely with local partners and community members, the Sponsorship Manager is responsible for developing and facilitating the implementation of CCFC’s in-country sponsorship program.
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Raphael Bokumah
New Business Development Manager
Through the identification of opportunities and the preparation and submission of quality proposals, the New Business Development Manager works closely with international and local donors and partners to achieve greater impact and drive in-country growth.

A member of ChildFund Alliance