Who We Are


Christian Sackey-Acquah, Program Director

Christian oversees the activities of the organization in our three schools in Nsawam. Since 2016, Christian has been a part-time Programs coordinator for The-Exploratory, one of our partner organizations, where he assists in their STEM teacher training program and coordinates the Science Clubs attended by our sponsored girl students. He has a degree in Psychology and a Master’s  degree in Communication Studies from the University of Ghana, Legon.

Edem Gbeckor-Kove, Headmaster/ Lead Teacher

Edem has been a selfless advocate of our program in Nsawam. He has been part of the effort right from the onset and has contributed immensely to the growth and transformation of the organization. As an experienced school administrator, he provides expert advice on key areas of the program such as selection of beneficiaries, students and parents engagement and program implementation.

Nana Kwasi Dompreh

Nana Kwasi facilitates local purchases and organization-community partnerships. He has been a tireless volunteer for REAP Ghana since the founding and has served in a variety of roles. 

Madam Angela Otoo, Lead teacher

Angela is the lead teacher for our program in Osaebo Primary School. She coordinates the activities of the organization in her school and provides support and advice on students’ recruitment onto the sponsorship program. Angela has years of work experience in early childhood education and has an enviable reputation as ‘the teacher who understands the language of children’. Angela loves to sing and dance with her students.

Madam Rose Budu, Lead Teacher

Rose, a primary 6 teacher at the Sakyi Agyakwa M/A Basic School in Nsawam has proven to be a model teacher who is working selflessly to expand her impact beyond the four walls of her class. For five years running, Mrs. Budu has led a team of facilitators to run a predominantly girls science club funded by Exploratory (one of our partner organizations) in her school. Rose is changing attitudes towards science and encouraging her students to venture into STEM related professions in the near future.

Madam Mercy Osae, Lead teacher

Mercy has 10 years teaching experience and currently teaches primary 5 at Tieku Basic School. She received her training at Kibi Training College before furthering at the prestigious University of Education, Winneba. Madam Mercy has a strong passion for teaching and is mostly concerned about how to help students reach their full potentials to make them useful members of society.

Gideon Aryeetey, Lead teacher

Gideon is a science teacher and our program lead at Osaebo Junior High School. Since 2018, Gideon has been running science clubs in his school and encouraging students to pursue science in senior high school. He is a very committed member of the team and plays a crucial role in our students’ recruitment process. Over the years, he has also assisted in the design and implementation of some key aspects of our sponsorship program.

Mrs. Shirley Gbeckor-Kove, Head/ Lead teacher

Shirley is sensitive to the needs and unique challenges of girls. As the headmistress and the lead teacher at Sakyi Agyakwa Primary A, her role is to ensure that our girls are supported to offset any challenges to enable them excel in the academic environment.

Sophia Akuffo, Lead teacher

Sophia is the headmistress of Sakyi Agyakwa Junior High School. She is a highly skilled and experienced school administrator whose inputs has helped shape REAP Ghana’s program scope and focus over the years. She is an alumna of the University Of Cape Coast. 

Ellen Wilson

Ellen is one of our support staff who sews uniforms for our sponsored students. She has been making dresses for more than two decades now and is a keen advocate for girls’ education. Ellen is the leader of the Women’s Fellowship in her church and has used her position to inspire girls and also encouraged mothers to invest in their children’s education. 

Gifty Ntowbea

Gifty has been sewing uniforms for REAP Ghana for almost six (6) years now and remains committed to the cause. She started by sewing uniforms at discounted prices for REAP Ghana as her contribution to the program. She is a resident of Nsawam and continues to promote the organization’s activities in her community.

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