About Us

Williams Yirenkyi (Founder)
 Following his passion and desire, Mr. Williams Yirenkyi developed an idea to care for children who urgently need help and founded GLOVO in July 2009. Due to incidents of mishandling of children at certain orphanage homes in the community and the fact, that not only orphans should be supported by the organisation’s welfare programs, Mr. Yirenkyi was advised to find another way to exercise control over the children’s situation, look for new families for them and monitor their way of living in general so that the children can feel a sense of belonging to their biological home

 Glovo exists to empower children without hope through education and skill training We want them to become self reliant and useful to themselves, society and the nation as a whole.


To increase enrolment of  children
 of school – going age in Basic Schools through the provision
 of school uniforms and assorted learning materials.
To make Information and Communication Technologies accessible to local Basic Schools.
     To provide opportunities to orphans, physically challenged, abandoned and Vulnerable children in our society. 

         To inculcate the spirit of cooperation, hard work and morality in less privileged children in society.
           To promote Rural Development through sensitization, Volunteerism and outreach program. 






      Education is one of the major bedrocks upon which nations are built. Without it the future looks bleak and non-promising . The organization believes that education is vital in shaping the future of children. Glovo’s projects and programmes in education aim at empowering  the children through education, ICT and skill training.

Academic Performance Monitoring: In this program we get in touch with the children’s  teachers to monitor their academic development.

Back-To-School Project: We have enrolled twenty (20) children of school-going age in Basic Schools.
   We have also supplied sixty (60) new school uniforms and assorted learning materials to sixty deprived children.

Donation of Computers: We have supplied computers and accessories to seven (7) Basic schools in Agona West Municipality and East District in the Central Region. We have posted volunteers to teach ICT in schools where Glovo donated computers to.

As a way of curbing preventable deaths  in rural communities to reduce the rate of orphans and to help the rural folks to understand that health is wealth, Glovo through it workshops and health advocacy  programmes stress the need of having fewer children, adolescent reproductive health, sex education and child nutrition.

Blood Donation: We periodically organize blood donation exercises to support the Blood Bank  at the Agona swedru Municipal Hospital. The last blood donation exercise was done at the Swedru Government Hospital on 30th April, 2011.

 We have registered 363 deprived children under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in Gomoa East and Agona West Districts respectively to access health care freely. 

We are taking care of 15 hearing impaired children, 22 orphans, 10 physically  challenge and 93 vulnerable under this project majority of whom are girls.


    We distributed 48 barrels of used clothing to several poor rural communities in Agona west and Agona East respectively .

     We support 25 foster families monthly with food items and house hold effects.

    We organise End of Year  party for the  orphans  and vulnerable children.

    We organise community Outreach programmes on parental responsibility and child neglect, sensitizing parent to nurture and care for  their children especially the girl child.



o increase enrolment of  children of school – going age in Basic Schools through the provision of school uniforms and assorted learning materials.