Ghana is a hidden gem of Africa, a destination that amazes and enchants with its natural beauty, cultural richness, fascinating history, and exceptional hospitality. Aide du Ciel is a non-governmental organization that has been working tirelessly to improve the lives of children in need in Ghana since its inception.

Founded by a group of dedicated people with a mission to spread love, compassion, and solidarity, this association firmly believes in the value of education as an instrument of social transformation.

On February 11, 2021, Aide du Ciel launched its first donation campaign: 1 notebook, 1 pen for Elmina's children.
The objective being to provide equipment to encourage students to Future Stars school to continue their education. We take you behind the scenes of our very first project.

In Sartrouville, in the Paris region, it is 7am. Martin's alarm clock rings to mark the start of the day. A passage to the bathroom, then he sits down with his younger brother to have breakfast. Our schoolboy is 7 years old, he is in CM1.

Two cases of Corona are confirmed in Ghana, gradually the country acts the closure of

In 2017, President Nana Akufo-Addo makes education free for all adolescents allowing each child to have the same opportunities for education and to participate in development of the country.

Ghana, a neighboring country between Togo and Côte d'Ivoire, is a country in constant growth economic for a few years.

One third of Ghana's children are out of school. The school is free, however, registration costs and meal costs are still too high for some families.