Fun fact: We have worked with, and trained over 80 therapists across Greater Accra, Volta Regions, Western Region.

Here are
highlights of some
of the work we do


Project Summaries

CPA Ghana Action Plan

“Embarking on a transformative journey, Multikids Africa in Ghana proudly collaborates with Cerebral Palsy Africa-NL (CPA Netherlands) in a dedicated partnership. Our joint mission revolves around addressing two pressing issues concerning cerebral palsy.

Firstly, we are committed to addressing the issue of suboptimal rehabilitation practices in the management of neurological conditions. By doing so, we aim to enhance the functional outcomes and overall quality of life for children living with cerebral palsy.

Secondly, we recognize the importance of socioeconomic empowerment for low-income families who care for children with cerebral palsy. We understand that breaking the cycle of poverty is essential for ensuring these children receive the care and support they deserve. Together with CPA Netherlands, we are working to uplift these families, providing them with the resources and opportunities they need to thrive.

Our partnership with CPA Netherlands embodies a shared vision of creating a brighter future for children with cerebral palsy and their families. Through our collaborative efforts, we aspire to bring about positive change and make a lasting impact in the lives of those affected by this condition.”

Weekly Music Sessions At the Accra Psychiatric Hospital

Sessions are kindly funded by Steven Feld, Senior Scholar, School for Advanced Research, New Mexico; Multikids Africa; MusicXChange and very recently, Caryl and Mickey Hart We also run monthly specialist teaching sessions in the Children’s Ward.

A Million Dreams Summer Camp

This is a yearly week-long summer camp. The camp brings together children from different backgrounds and abilities. It promotes creativity and social inclusion. The camp’s primary objectives are to foster artistic expression, develop friendships, and enhance social integration among participating students.

Incubator Programs

“Multikids Africa is proud to announce its involvement in incubating a new organization, CBR Africa, in partnership with CPA Netherlands. Our joint endeavour centres around capacity building within the special needs sector, with a particular focus on Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR).

CBR Africa represents a dynamic initiative aimed at enhancing the capabilities and expertise within the field of special needs and rehabilitation. Through our partnership with CPA Netherlands, we are committed to empowering individuals, organizations, and communities to provide comprehensive and effective CBR services.

Our vision for CBR Africa is to foster sustainable development within the special needs sector, promoting inclusivity and equal access to essential services. Together, we aspire to build a strong foundation for community-based rehabilitation, enabling individuals with special needs to lead fulfilling lives and participate actively within their communities.

As we embark on this journey, Multikids Africa and CPA Netherlands are excited to support the growth and development of CBR Africa, as we collectively work towards a more inclusive and compassionate world.”

Supporting the Pure Heart Centre inside Buduburum ex-refugee Camp

We provide assistance to children living with disabilities by supporting the Pure Heart Centre within the Buduburum ex-refugee Camp. We are equipping the children’s centre with a therapeutic environment and offering caregiver training.

Provision of refurbished assistive devices

We run clinics to measure and fit children with refurbished assistive devices by Physionet UK. In collaboration with the Special Mothers Project, Multikids Africa has facilitated the measuring and fitting of assistive furniture and devices for children with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities.

Training on appropriated paper technology | APT

We facilitate courses on how to make assistive devices using Appropriated Paper Technology. The training has extended into a workshop where we can make assistive devices for children who need support to sit or stand. This work is funded by Cerebral Palsy Africa; Wings of Support.