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Current Projects

We know that we can't change the whole world, but we CAN change the whole world of one person, school, village, or ecosystem.

That is why we do what we do. Changing the world one person, one project, and one community at a time is our goal. We do this through individual projects and sweeping global initiatives. 

Here are some of the projects we are currently working on:

Ultrasound Machine for the Asiri Maternity Clinic

Our goal is to make pregnancy, labor, and birth safer and easier for the women and babies of Asiri, a rural village in Ghana. To do this, we are looking for funding to supply their maternity clinic with an ultrasound machine.

School Expansion Project

Last year, we at Change the World of One started our WorldChanger Literacy Initiative. One of the surprising early effects of this endeavor was that the school where we first implemented our initiative received an influx of new students. This is because parents of the students in this school started noticing improvement in their students' reading skills and overall academic performance as a direct result of the literacy initiative. Consequently, this school doesn't have enough room to handle all of these new students, so together we are building a new primary school wing.

Goats for Youth Development

We are providing goats to the orphans at Mum's Love Orphanage in Duayaw Nkwanta, Ghana, to provide the children with: life skills, food security, nutrition, and income generation.

Sampa Market Latrine Project

In order to improve health, sanitation, and comfort in the Sampa market town in rural Ghana, we are constructing a new public latrine.

Shiekomblo Water Project

The people of the Shiekomblo area of Sampa, Ghana, are suffering from a lack of abundant potable water. We here at Change the World of One aim to change that.

Coming Soon!

The Indian River Lagoon, North America's most diverse estuary, is suffering an ecological collapse. We here at Change the World of One, in conjunction with other organizations, are creating a plan to restore this gorgeous and ecologically significant waterway.