Our organization was founded on moral and conscious belief that, children, irrespective of their colour, religious background and gender, deserve a healthy and happy up-bringing, as well as opportunities to exhibit their fullest potential in life.However, some of these children evidently need extra help as they continue to suffer one or more problems related to their physical health, emotional well-being, behaviour, development, mental health, economic background and cognitive status.At CHRAD, we bring people, ideas and resources together as part of efforts to actively promote positive social change among vulnerable children and young adults in society towards a professional, moral and healthy social advancement.

What People Say About Us
It is simply amazing to work with CHRAD. They are transparent, result oriented, and always involve community leaders in identifying and implementing projects. 
NANCY PEPRAH - Public Relation Officer
I worked with the director for a considerable number of years. We became very good friends. He was always there for me and I am truly grateful for that. He is passionate about children's welfare and always looking opportunities to offer help.
I have personally known and interacted with the founder for many years. He is highly talented in his job. He continuously work on improving his relationship with the beneficiaries of his projects and his co-workers. Working with him creates long  lasting memories through shared experience and willingness to commit time, resources and skills.
JANET ANKRAH – Human Resource Manageress 

Lawrence hails from Liberia and arrived in Ghana in the heat of the civil crisis unaccompanied. He acquired some level of appreciable education during his exile life.
Founder and Director

His bitter experience encouraged him to establish this organization with the support of his colleagues as a way of advocating and seeking support to address basic challenges confronting refugees and other vulnerable children’s plight.

Joseph also hails from Liberia and has had his exile life in Ghana. He has been dedicated to Christian education with a quest for a pastoral profession. He is willing, ready to serve on any humanitarian service directed to improving lives from the vulnerable.

Programs’ Officer

Mr. Clarke recognizes that, humanitarian service holds no boundary on tribe, religion, ethnicity or race. He is result-oriented and passionate about life changing opportunities.

Akuim also hails from Liberia and under similar circumstance with Lawrence and Joseph. Following several failed attempts for life improvement in various areas, he soon discovered that, he has a calling on religions service.

Volunteer Co-ordinator

Currently under training to deepen his service on Christian-based faith activities, Akuim is opened to all.

Freda is a young Ghanaian entrepreneur woman with deep passion for humanitarian service particularly children’s welfare. She is constantly inspired for greater commitment when her efforts are seen to be having positive impact on the targeted beneficiaries.Her work as a public servant and also with charitable agencies over the years is very good reason for her unchangeable determination for greater service.


Her work as a public servant and also with charitable agencies over the years is very good reason for her unchangeable determination for greater service.Her long standing part time service to CHRAD has been vital to its survival and slow growth. As a candidate for a Bachelor of Administration degree with specialty in Human Resources Management, she is currently serving as the Administrator of CHRAD.