Our Projects

iRead iLead Campaign

iRead iLead Campaign is a 10-year strategic educational program launched in January 2020 by SUGN. The campaign focuses on refurbishing and or building new libraries in rural and deprived schools in Ghana, as well as establishing reading clubs in each school to build literacy capacity of children in rural communities.

The first library under the campaign was refurbished at Yevi D/A Basic School in the Volta Region. Stocked with over 400 books, the library is serving the 300 primary and Junior High School students in the school. The refurbished library was commissioned on Friday, 5th February, 2021. SUGN also donated exercise books and facemasks to help promote safe learning in the school.

Agbekotsekpo D/A Basic School located in the Shai-Osudoku District of the Greater Accra Region is the second school to benefit from our iRead iLead Campaign. Formerly, an abandoned headteacher’s office turned storeroom, the room was renovated into a modern school library and is serving the 328 children in the school. Through a colourful ceremony well attended by the District Director of Education, Deputy Director of Education, SISOs, Community Leaders, Parents, Teachers and Students, this library was inaugurated on 31st March, 2022. A reading club was also launched. Headed by the Assistant Headteacher of the school, three teachers have been assigned as caretakers of the library and reading club.

SUGN is open to partnerships with hard-to-reach schools and orphanages. The schools and orphanages may provide a library space and SUGN will refurbish the space by providing renovation and furnishing works as well as book shelves, books and any other library material.


  • iRead iLead Campaign will raise more readers and leaders in deprived schools.
  • iRead iLead Campaign will increase the literacy level at basic schools.
  • iRead iLead Campaign will extend quality education to deprived communities.
  • iRead iLead Campaign will promote the reading of books authored by African Writers.
  • The Campaign was launched in January 2020.
  • Through the campaign, one library will be refurbished or built each year
  • As an organization focused on promoting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 4, we see the importance of promoting quality and inclusive education through the iRead iLead Campaign.



Mentor Me


Mentor me is a unique mentorship session where mentors who are often tertiary students meet their mentees in the basic school. Topics treated during the Mentor Me sessions are taken from our Mentorship Course Outline. Mentor Me sessions also serve as skill training events where Youth Mentors teach the basic school children skills like writing, artwork, soap making, bead making, sewing, décor and many life skills. Branding, marketing and business plan writing are also taught during the sessions.


Back to School Drive


SUGN provides exercise books, text books and other learning materials to school children at the beginning of each academic year.

Jaa Ojoormo Grid

Jaa Ojoormo (Share your blessings)

Jaa Ojoormo Grid
Jaa Ojoormo translates as “share your blessings” in the Ga language. This initiative is held in December each year to celebrate the end of year through sharing and donating to an orphanage or a deprived school.