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In consonance with the Foundation’s vision, the board members of the Time to Think Foundation at its recent board meeting outlined plans to assist in putting an end to the challenges bedeviling the educational system in some deprived communities in Ghana and West Africa at large.


To provide a stimulating early learning and child care experience that promotes each child’s social/emotional, physical, and cognitive development in Ghana and African countries.


To identify and support children in the Ghanaian community schools and African countries by providing them with materials that can enhance and empower their learning abilities. To invest in the lives of these young ones and build healthy environments, they need to thrive and empower them.

Our Goal is to increase accessibilities to quality education in rural communities across Africa.


Time To Think Foundation started in 2019 when Mr Akosah Richard Kofi began this ministry in his first year at Valley View University. He started posting motivational quotes on social media, and to be more consistent, he started learning his graphic design and later learned how to edit videos because he wanted to improve from just the quotes to virtual. It was the following year, during the COVID-19 Time, his best friend Evangelist Charles Ansah also started the Hour Of Decision Ministries with the advice of Mr Akosah.


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It was in 2020 when we took a lot of videos to preach and encourage the mass and also used the same means to advise our followers to be careful of the pandemic. As we advanced, we saw that education is essential, but most Africans are not so much into it. And according to our research on this problem, we found out that most young people are not interested in education because of poverty. Most don’t even have money to buy books to write or learn.

Mr Richard Kofi Akosah then consulted people to help him build and promote the Foundation. He brought six people, making the board members of the Foundation. His assistant, Miss Yvonne Grant, then started the donation in the central region of Ghana, Twifo Praso District, in the Kayireku A.M.E Zion primary school.


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