"To save one man does not change the whole world, but the whole world is changing for that one person" Jukwa Frami is a farming village in the central region of Ghana. The village is noted for palm nut oil processing. Women in the village are mostly involve in the palm nut oil production and farming. After our usual public health education in the village, the participants mostly women express interest in our women empowerment program we have been doing. After our meeting with these women, most of them came out that, they want to be engage lucrative income generating activities aside farming which is mostly seasonal.
Finally, we settle on Bakery, soap making, Hairdressing and dressmaking apprenticeship for the women group in the small village Jukwa-Frami in Ghana. The beginning of something big always starts with the first step. In this case, with many steps from many special women from the small village Jukwa-Frami in Ghana.
Our common goal, is to find a solution that creates jobs, gives women the opportunity to learn something new and at the same time can support their livelihood. The bread and pastries baked in the bakery could thus be sold on the weekly market.
The cohesion of the community that can be together, do something together and share the joy that comes with it. We look into the faces of the women and see how happy they are with this project. Something small to become something very big in the future. The Bakery is named after Charlene Bieler, a German Volunteer who initiated fundraising on Gofundme for the initial capital for the start. ‘’CHARLY BAKERY’’ - This is an on-going program you can volunteer’’.