On this page, you’ll find more information about the work we perform, as well as our institutional constitution.
“Hello, my name is Prince Osei-Akowuah. I’m the founder of REACT Humanitarian Network, and I’m so grateful to all of our donors for helping make our vision of supporting Ghana’s disabled children possible. All I can say is thank you.
Our mission is to help make education accessible to disabled Ghanaian children. We believe that education is the best option for these children, because it serves as a lasting enabler in whatever circumstances. At REACT, we strive to turn disability into ability through education.”
Below, we’ll present an outline of how our organisation functions.
Our projects are funded through public generosity, corporate partnerships and individual donations. We rely on community volunteering for project execution with REACT supervision and management.
We adopt the following criteria for selecting a project of intervention:
REACT Humanitarian Network is UK-based. We undertake projects in Ghana, primarily. However, we have partners in countries around the world and, as a result, respond to other countries when our skill-sets are needed.
REACT Humanitarian Network adopts a bottom-up accountability approach in all of our interventions. This means we work with donors to be accountable, first, to our beneficiaries and secondly to our donors. Our generous donors do not in any way influence our priorities. Rather, they support us to ensure the needs of our beneficiaries are met.
REACT Humanitarian Network partners with other humanitarian organisations. This is to:
On the ground, our partnership:
At REACT Humanitarian Network, we constantly monitor and evaluate our work to learn lessons and ensure best practise is followed as a result of our interventions. Correlations, indicators, and variables include: