International Needs Ghana is an organization that walks alongside vulnerable women and children in the small, poverty-laden villages of Ghana in an effort to fight against the Trokosi practice, a cruel tradition which removes young girls from their families to serve as slaves to the village priest. By negotiating with the priests and pointing out the evils of slavery, International Needs Ghana has seen thousands of women and children set free. The organization has established churches in the region and runs a vocational training school for women as well as 10 Christian schools for children of those women.
Pray for them:
For continued spiritual growth among our staff and protection from the spiritual warfare that’s encountered on a continual basis
For ministry expansion, including additional junior high schools and community development initiatives
For wisdom at making decisions in the selection of church planters and provision for their transportation and living expenses
International Needs Ghana
P.O. Box DS690
Accra, Ghana, West Africa