The Story

This is where our story begins...

The Refugees fled their country during the acute Civil War in Liberia 1989 to 1996 and as well as the second Brutal civil war face Two fought between 1999 and 2003.  However, there are other refugees from Sierra Leone, their home country absconded from the devastations of the civil war 1991 to 2001.  The camp is helped by Liberian, Ghanaians and international NGO groups as well as voluntarily establishments and individuals. Buduburam was established in 1990 to accommodate the influx of Liberian refugees who fled to Ghana when Charles Taylor came to power. Initially, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) provided the settlement’s residents with individual aid and relief to the poor Refugees.

In 1997, however, Liberia held elections that the UN Judged to be fair enough to allow for safe repatriation conditions.  As a result, the UNHCR discontinued refugee assistance to Liberians in Ghana, and the settlement lost must of this funding. During this time, an estimated 3,000 refugees returned to Liberia.  Most of them chose to remain in Ghana, however, and the Buduburam settlement served as the center of their community.

Soon after the 1997 elections, the political situation in Liberia worsened, and fresh arrivals of Liberian refugees to Ghana led the UNHCR to return to Buduburam. Although the UNHCR limits its provisional aid, efforts in the settlement to unaccompanied minors, wounded and the elderly, and the disabled, the organization does sponsor infrastructure work within the community, funding projects such as construction and education.

The Camp now hosts to over 42,000 refugees, most of whom are Liberian, Somalis, Sudanese and others. The settlement still receives new refugees on a regular basis.

In February 2011, the Deputy Minister of Information in Ghana indicated that Buduburam is no longer needed and that the inhabitants should consider returning to Liberia or settling elsewhere in Ghana yet that statement did not deter or close the Refugees from commuting the bad environment and poor condition but continue to live for good.

In 1997 Liberia held elections that the UN judged to be fair enough to allow for safe repatriation conditions for Liberia Refugees living in Ghana due to genocide in Liberia. As a result, the UNHCR discontinued refugee assistance to Liberians in Ghana, and the settlement lost most of its funding.

Buduburam Refugees In-need supports and protects over a number of people concern in the West Africa sub-region and the world at large.  In 2014, the unstable security

The situation is likely to mean that this number will increase. Fresh internal displacements and movements across borders Nigeria, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, Burkina Faso and in Liberia and others have augmented fiscal necessities significantly in current existence.  At the same time, as the adjusted 2012 to 2014 monetary requirements for the West Africa Region are enormous, the 2014 requirements are under increase.

During this time, an estimated of about 3000 refugees returned to Liberia.  Most of them chose to remain and stay in Ghana for good in that status. Buduburam Camp settlement served as the center of their community. In their poor state of condition has called in for our greater humanitarian services and disciplines to the people and other destitute in the societies

At long last, after the Government is certified with the performance of the Organization of (Refugees in-need), the Government of Ghana has finally granted the Organization the final recognition, permit, registration, and above all, the appropriate Certificates to operate as a legalize entity sovereign of political affiliation and other internal and external influences.

Mr. Abu Karim brought the Buduburam Refugees peace moment into existence at Kasoa in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, signed on by some concern America citizens between Catholic society and Islam recently.

Who is a Refugee?

In our contemporary world, a Refugee is seen as a person who is mentally, physically, emotionally, financially and materially traumatized and handicapped in living status. This condition includes disability and the needy.  And therefore needs rehabilitation and counseling in all aspects of life.

Our key objectives or areas that we operate/take care of and work to breach the gap between the haves and not haves are:

  1. Refugees
  2. Orphans/needy kids
  3. Widows/Widowers
  4. Rehabilitation and counseling Refugees and the poor in all aspects of life
  5. Outstanding commitment award in the area of poverty alleviation
  6. To revamp them back to life, and re-direct them to self-reliance so that they can make petty businesses to support themselves and the families.
  7. We can work out and make ease facilitation of things for you to adopt any one or two of our Children of your choice without any difficulties to give them a better comfort and life at your home.

Following an unaffordable public schools fees, Rehaina was forced to drop out of school and start working to afford at least one meal a day.  Over the years ago, we notice more and more children in his neighborhood suffering through the same situation, because of their inability to pay school fees, books, shoe school bags, and other stationery.

We share greetings to all friends, donors and the good people out there.  We are with beautiful Orphanage (Orphans in the Buduburam Camp in Kasoa, Bole and Sawla Orphanage in the Northern Region of Ghana), Refugees, Widows and Widowers, Street Kids and other Destitute families.  We assist and support those that need rapid respond and quick action within the limit of our major finances and resources can take care of. We are very supportive to all kinds of children without any form of discriminations or prejudices amongst them, not at all.  And we receive most of our funds, material resources from governments.  NGOs (Non-Governmental Organization), Philanthropies, benevolent individuals in Africa, America, Europe and other parts of the world in which we use to keep smiles on these peoples and kids faced.  Your donations could be any used clothes, foods, medicine or voluntary service, any other junk you don’t need or use any longer and want to dispose of.  Please, don’t throw them away any longer, all you need to know is that you can put smiles on someone face somewhere here in Africa by donating little of those items to them through our credible organizations for the ultimate aim of keeping humanity into its face and true existence. You can make a change; you can make someone somewhere happy and add up a smile to a family and a poor child somewhere.  Please visit our office or website below NGO to see why it’s important to touch life of wondering kids somewhere even if it is one Kid’s life you have been able to turn around or touched, will definitely bring an effect changes in his/her life throughout developmental stages in life, since development is a continuous process.  Our NGO takes care of refugees, orphans, widows, the needy and poor.  Attached below are pictures of some Medical student’s final year Medical Students of University of Ghana, who recently donated generously various items and a cash of money, shoes, clothes, food to the Orphans group in their school and other donations into the below account and address of the organization.