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Ghana

Serving the Accra, Abomosu, Tamale, Tolon, and Walewale regions.

Ghana

Serving the Accra, Abomosu, Tamale, Tolon, and Walewale regions.

Ghana

4,236 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2015, Mentors International serves some of the most poverty-stricken communities in Ghana. Though rich in minerals and natural resources such as gold, oil, and cocoa, 61% of the country still lives below the poverty line of $5.50 per day. Ghana has made great strides in working to reduce extreme poverty, but there are still many families living on less than $100 a year. There is also limited access to financial services such as microloans, savings accounts, and insurance plans.

Our mentees and small-loan recipients represent a broad range of industries, from transportation services to sewing.

Through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help these entrepreneurs start, expand, and diversify their businesses. Ultimately, each mentee will be able to transform generational poverty into sustainable Self-Reliance.

Ghana

4,236 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2015, Mentors International serves some of the most poverty-stricken communities in Ghana. Though rich in minerals and natural resources such as gold, oil, and cocoa, 61% of the country still lives below the poverty line of $5.50 per day. Ghana has made great strides in working to reduce extreme poverty, but there are still many families living on less than $100 a year. There is also limited access to financial services such as microloans, savings accounts, and insurance plans.

Our mentees and small-loan recipients represent a broad range of industries, from transportation services to sewing.

Through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help these entrepreneurs start, expand, and diversify their businesses. Ultimately, each mentee will be able to transform generational poverty into sustainable Self-Reliance.

Ghana

4,236 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2015, Mentors International serves some of the most poverty-stricken communities in Ghana. Though rich in minerals and natural resources such as gold, oil, and cocoa, 61% of the country still lives below the poverty line of $5.50 per day. Ghana has made great strides in working to reduce extreme poverty, but there are still many families living on less than $100 a year. There is also limited access to financial services such as microloans, savings accounts, and insurance plans.

Our mentees and small-loan recipients represent a broad range of industries, from transportation services to sewing.

Through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help these entrepreneurs start, expand, and diversify their businesses. Ultimately, each mentee will be able to transform generational poverty into sustainable Self-Reliance.

Local Leadership

Local Leadership

Executive Director

Enyonam K Mensah-Dotsey

Enyonam Mensah-Dotsey is an innovative person who uses creative ways in handling all challenges. A visionary who is passionate about poverty alleviation and reformation. He has worked as an accountant with a multinational organization, board member and investment advisor of a Microfinance institution, and project coordinator in a pension fund organization. Mensah-Dotsey brings experience in business and strategic planning, and entrepreneurship to Mentors Ghana’s clients. He held many leadership roles in various social groups. He holds an MBA in Finance.

Executive Director

Enyonam K Mensah-Dotsey

Enyonam Mensah-Dotsey is an innovative person who uses creative ways in handling all challenges. A visionary who is passionate about poverty alleviation and reformation. He has worked as an accountant with a multinational organization, board member and investment advisor of a Microfinance institution, and project coordinator in a pension fund organization. Mensah-Dotsey brings experience in business and strategic planning, and entrepreneurship to Mentors Ghana’s clients. He held many leadership roles in various social groups. He holds an MBA in Finance.

2020 Impact in Ghana

2020 Impact in Ghana

5,597

Mentoring

sessions

586

New Jobs

were created

3,650

Small Loans

were given

170%

average Increase

in income

180%

Average Increase

in personal savings

57%

Average Decrease

in personal consumer debt

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