Woezor! Welcome to Atorkor Development Foundation
Welcome, or “Woezor” as we say in Atorkor, to our website. The Atorkor Development Foundation (ADF) is a non-profit development organisation based in Ghana and the UK. In addition it has representatives in USA and Germany. ADF was established in 2001 to help overcome poverty in Atorkor, a fishing village in the Volta Region of Southern Ghana.
ADF’s vision is to transform Atorkor from a poor and under-developed village into a self-sustaining community with basic amenities – jobs, a well-equipped Medical Centre, clean drinking water, well-equipped schools and vocational centre, electricity and affordable communication facilities for all. We hope you find our site informative and useful – please take the time to register with the site and also for our newsletter. This way we can keep you up to date with developments and be sure to check out our Get Involved to see how you can help the people of Atorkor. Akpe! (Thank you)
A Brief History Of ADF
The Atorkor Delevopment Foundation (ADF) is an NGO registered in Ghana and in operation since 2001……
New Manager for AVTI
I would like to inform you that a new manager……
ADF Annual Report 2014
Atorkor Development Foundation (ADF) 2014 Annual Report of the Administrator – Ghana
Basic Health Education June – July 2014
Village Volunteers Maegan and Ngobitak are in Atokor delivering a Basic Health Education June – July 2014
ADF Vocational Training Institute – Hostel
The ADF has begun the construction of a hostel facility for the AVTI to provide a decent accommodation especially for trainees from further afield. The design is 3-storey building….
ADF Vocational Training Institute – 2nd Phase
The ADF has successfully completed the second phase of the Atorkor Vocational Training Institute project. It was commissioned by the Hon. C.K. Humado, the then Minister of Youth and Sports…
Visit by Vitol Representative to Atokor – March 2013
The Vitol Charitable Foundation (VCF) made a substantial grant to the ADF to support phase 2 of the Atorkor Vocational Training Institute (AVTI) project…..
ADF Library Refurbishment – March 2013
Chris, from the United States of America who volunteered for 3 months, had been working on a drama class project with support from Mama Pat, and refurbishing the library……
ADF new IT Room in Junior Block – 2012 to 2013
ADF Refurbishment of primary IT Room – March thru April 2013
ADF sponsers Speech Day August 2011
The fifth annual Prize & Speech Day of the Atorkor Local Authority basic School was held on 9th August 2011. The theme for this year’s speech day was ‘Essential ingredients for providing quality education’ and was delivered by the deputy Municipal director of education, Keta.
The special guest of honour was the British High Commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency Mr. Peter Jones. A group of 17…
Atorkor Centre to be commissioned
Creating sustainable development for Ghanaian women and youth
The Minister for Youth and Sports of Ghana, Hon. Mr. C. K. Humado will commission the phase one of the Atorkor Centre project on 16th August 2011 in Atorkor. The Phase one which involves the construction of the vocational training and employment centre started in February 2011 and has five workshops, an administration office 2 washrooms ( both with 5…
New 6-unit Classroom block for Atorkor School
The Ghana Government through the Keta Municipal Assembly is constructing a 6-unit classroom block for the Atorkor L/A Basic School. The project which was started in February has 6 classrooms, a library and a store and is due to be completed in time for the start of the next academic year in September 2011. The new building will help ease the overcrowding in the school.
The ADF is supporting the project with….
Many people ask how they can get involved in helping us tackle poverty in Atorkor. Well, the first step is to register with us here on our website. When you register on this site you can elect to receive our “Friends of Atorkor” newsletter. We promise not to give your details away to anyone else and we won’t bombard you….