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About TEED Ghana

Our mission remains spreading excitement & improving education

TEED Ghana is a registered volunteer organization with a very strong Christian affiliation that is focused on bridging the education gap in Ghana. Each year we organize the TEED (Technology, Education, Environmental and Dance) program in conjunction with our partner schools.

Last year we volunteered at the St. Theresa’s Catholic School in North Kaneshie which happens to be 15 minutes walking distance from the provided accommodation. St. Theresa’s school begins from crèche/pre-school to Junior High School and final year students take the national examination for Senior high school placement known as BECE. Our second partner school is St. Lawrence Primary School located in South Abeka. The school is conveniently located from the accommodation (approx. 15 minutes). St Lawrence also uses the Ghanaian educational system.

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Meet the TEED program






As an organization, we believe that learning is not confined to structured classroom settings. With the TEED program, we encourage outdoor learning, through dance and sporting activities, along with the "traditional" subjects such as mathematics, English and science. The program also offers “special lessons” which focus on computer knowledge, hygiene and environmental conservation among others.

Our organization is also focused on the impact of climate change, thus volunteers are expected to participate in a daily environmental challenge with a goal of 5 stars in water conservation, limiting air pollution, avoiding food waste and eating locally, as well as environmental conservation, among others.

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What you get with us
All Plans Include
  • Free WiFi
  • 3 Meals/Day
  • Accomodation
  • Registration Fee
  • 24 Hour Support
  • Mid-Program Games
  • Free SightSeeing Day
  • Airport Pickup & Dropoff
First Two Weeks


Base Package

The basic package cost $1000 per person for two weeks including a one time registration fee.

Add-on Weeks


/ week

The option of up to 4 additional weeks cost an extra $500 per week. It includes all the benefits of the base package

We offer programs during Janterm, Springbreak, the summer and the end of year holidays for college students/recent alumni who want to volunteer in and explore Ghana. Our program is set in North Kaneshie, Accra.

Please note that flight, visa and personal expenses are not included in the program cost. Daily rates can also be calculated if your trip is shorter than 2 weeks.

Hear it from them
My experience as a participant on the TEED Spring Break Out Trip to Accra, Ghana was life-changing. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to learn and grow as a teacher through teaching fourth and fifth grade English classes at St. Theresa’s school. I also enjoyed learning about Ghanaian culture and daily life through visiting different areas around Accra after school was out...our trip ran very smoothly and was an incredibly positive experience. I feel like our group was really able to build relationships with the students and teachers at St. Theresa’s.
Phacelia C
Ghana was amazing. Everything; starting from the way we were received at the airport, to the sound of music in the clubs we visited and the scorching heat as we walked to school every morning. The people were also very welcoming, with most of them asking inquisitively about what we were doing at the school and where we had come from. The culture was a lot to take in, but we fit right in and were soon using tro-tros to visit the city, go to the beach and travel outside Accra; as well as trying to learn Twi, the local language. The best thing about Ghana, however, is the Jollof rice. I kid you not. Jollof rice is everything.We also got to bond a lot as a team, learn from each other how to teach and handle excited kids in a classroom on a hot afternoon, and laugh at the end of the day as we recapped our days
Judy Anne G
It was an unforgettable experience. We spent time teaching young and energetic students, however, this was also a learning experience for me, as I was learning from their teachers too. We had a schedule that allowed us to explore and travel on the weekends, and I was able to visit national parks, beaches, and Ghanaian markets. I learned so much about the culture of the city and country, and I was able to eat delicious Ghanaian food through the entirety of our trip. I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to teach and learn
Stephanie C
I am grateful to have been able to connect with some young, brilliant minds during my trip to Accra, Ghana through TEED. The purpose of our trip was successfully fulfilled; I believe that it was due to the dedication of the volunteers as well as the students' willingness to engage with us both inside and outside of the classroom. The excitement of the students made waking up in the wee hours of the morning worth it. Outside of the school, we were able to explore Accra and meet locals who were just as interested in learning about us as our students were.
Veronica A
Thank you for such a wonderful trip. I loved the opportunity to practice my teaching skills as well as explore the country of Ghana. Everyone we encountered was super friendly including your mother, the teachers and students at St. Theresa, the tour guide at Kakum, our friends on the beach, etc. The students were so excited to teach us their games and learn about where we came from. I enjoyed traveling to three regions of Ghana: Greater Accra, Central, and Eastern and wish we had time to travel to more. One of my highlights was doing the canopy walk at Kakum national park just after sunrise as well as making new friends from Williams I wouldn’t have met otherwise. Thank you so much to CLIA and our leaders
Sonya J
Experience Ghana

Included in the TEED program is a unique mid-program break day where we have African game afternoon, featuring differing Ghanaian snacks, local games and storytelling! And guess what? We will even stop at a few tourist sites including the National Theatre, Conference Center, Stadium and Independence Arch! Not included in the cost but still available for sight seeing upon request are Wednesday Reggae Night at Labadi Beach, Friday Night about Town as well as visits to Aburi Gardens, Kakum Forest, Early morning Kantamanto market, Maya Cova/Sand Box Beaches, Oxford Street and many more.

Kantamanto Market

Street style open market, common in Ghana and many African countries.

Kwame Nkrumah Museum

The burial place of Ghana'a frst president and independence champion. Contains post-colonial relics

Labadi Beach Resort

Public beach boasting of good local delicacies and Wednesday reggae night.

Independence Arch

The Independence arch is symbolic of Ghana's independence in 1957

Kakum National Park

The first canopy walk in Ghana. Offers animal tracking and early morning bird watching

Accra Art Center

One stop location for all African clothing, accessories, fabrics, souvenirs and more