> to improve the lives of women & children in Ghana by funding humanitarian projects and encourage volunteering for local charities.
> to promote empowerment, understanding, networking and friendship between women of all nationalities living in Ghana.
Women Empowering Women and Children! WEWAC!
NAWA was established 45 years ago by a group of ladies looking to find a deeper sense of purpose while living in Ghana.
Since then, it has provided thousands of ladies with meaningful volunteer and social opportunities.
Publisher of "No Worries"
No Worries - The Essential Guide to Living in Ghana provides everything a newcomer needs to know about visiting or living in Ghana.
The information, insights, and lessons come from our members' years of experience living in Ghana.
All proceeds from the sale of the book and website advertisement are used to support charitable projects.
Activities for Members
Woforo dua pa a
You are supported when there is meaningful collaboration
We must turn to the past, to learn and move forward into the future