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About the Executive Director

Ernest Ankomah Kyeremeh is the Founder and the Executive Director of the Foundation. He is a community and human right activist. He has been an active member of several community-based initiatives in Ghana. Through his personal initiative he was abled to bring a 40 footer container of books from Books for Africa (USA) in the year 2007.

He has worked and still working with several international organizations such as Clear vision Project, (UK), AIM Center, Oklahoma, Nebraska instructional Resource Center, Rotary club of Maryland, Crossroad Foundation (Hong Kong), Unikids Organization (USA), FEW (UK) and African Library Project(USA). IHOM (South Africa)

Through his exemplary leadership he has helped established and equipped over 660 Small libraries in Ghana. He has initiated a reading and spelling competitions for some selected communities in Ghana. The Program has helped shaped the general outlook of reading among the school going pupils in the targeted communities.

He and his team have distributed over 10,000 birthing kits to pregnant women in deprived communities in Ghana by kind courtesy of Birthing Kits Foundation of Australia.

He has traveled length and Breadth of Ghana conducting research and donating food, health, educational materials to some selected deprived special Schools.

He has received two international and one local award: Ghana Captain Contain Award by Books for Africa (USA), Compassion in Action Award by African Library Project (USA) and MTN Heroes of Change Award by MTN Ghana Foundation (Ghana).

Some of his publications includes :(( Disability is not inability-Published on Daily Graphic 2006), (Education and rights of children with disabilities) etc.

He has attended an international conferences and summit in Cape Town-South Africa, eswatini,Singapore, Malawi, Ethiopia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Botswana and Lesotho in the areas of education, Health, Relief Aid, NGO management, Youth programs, Peace etc.