Challenging Heights promotes youth and family empowerment and children’s rights to education and freedom from forced labour in Ghana.


We provide educational support to hundreds of vulnerable or underserved children.


We rescue trafficked children and provide survivors with aftercare.


We support communities to build resistance to slavery and keep their children in school.


We seek to influence national policy and create advocates to help fight modern slavery.

Are you interested in visiting Challenging Heights while touring part of Ghana and participating in cultural activities? Join our next 2-week ambassadors programme…We look forward to you joining us!

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More women have been consistently coming to learn and partake in our women’s economic empowerment programme…over 50 women have now registered!

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Every year thousands of children are trafficked across Ghana on public transportation. Having police screen buses can save children before being sent to a life of modern slavery. TAKE ACTION today.

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As the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is approaching we reflect on the improvement of child rights and the work that still needs to be done in Ghana and around the World.

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Remember our first graduating CHS class? They will now be continuing their education at various Senior High Schools with a full year sponsorship by CH!

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Our President and Rehabilitation Manager attended a conference with other Hovde House partners. They participated in capacity building workshops and presented about our own Hovde House rehabilitation shelter

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Do you have experience in fundraising? Are you passionate about child rights & joining the Challenging Heights team?
Apply today for our current job vacancy.

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Today is International Day For the Eradication of Poverty – one of the top causes of child trafficking.
Here at Challenging Heights we are working to economically empower women in order to improve their livelihood, increase school enrollment, and ultimately end child trafficking.

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Many children can avoid a life of slavery if the Ghana Police Service question any drivers carrying unaccompanied children and suspicious passengers.
Help us end the flow of children being trafficked to Lake Volta!

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