Blossom Kids


Blossom's Free Tuition Preschool Programme

Children in Ghana are privileged to be born in a peaceful part of the world. However, there’s one thing a large percentage of them lack – access to quality education.

According to, a research published suggests that as of 2019, 400,000 children in Ghana were not enrolled in pre-primary education. This number is likely to have doubled in 2021 following the aftermath of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

UNICEF’s first-ever global report dedicated to early childhood education highlights a lack of investment in pre-primary education by the majority of governments worldwide. We don’t want to wait for the government to effect a change. This is why we need your help.

How We Make a Difference

The parents of these children are encouraged during our home visits to enroll their children in school. We then step in to help cover the tuition fees of the child while the parents cater for their snack, lunch, uniforms and books. 

In Agbogba Suncity, where the current headquarters of Blossom is located, we set out to do our own small research to see what percentage of children were not enrolled in school. We discovered that an estimated 40 out of 100 children were not in school for one reason or the other. Prevalent among the reasons given was lack of money or poverty. Another prominent reason we found was a lack of concern on the part of parents. Most of the parents simply do not have education as part of their priorities.


View the profile of each child in the slide below!

School Fees Beneficiaries
The following Students are currently being supported...
Miracle Ewoenam
Age: 2 years
Date of birth: 27/07/2021
Residential Address: Agbogba EP close to the Pharmacy
Name of parent(s)/ guardian: Florence Adzololo/ Joshua Adzololo
Occupation of mother: Provision shop owner
Occupation of father: Hostel keeper
Hurray! Ewoenam's fees are covered.
Stationery Support Beneficiaries
The following Students are currently being supported...
Waiting List
The following Students are currently on our waiting list due to lack of funds...

Receipts from previous payments