Who We Are

The Potter’s Village is a non- profit, non- governmental organisation which was established in May 2000, by Dr. Mrs. Jane Irina Adu with the aim of supporting women and children who experience domestic violence as well as providing for the needy, orphans, the abandoned and the homeless.

Over the years, the organisation has contributed immensely towards protection and promotion of the well-being of women and children through special programs such as Family Life Education, Marriage Counselling, Life Success Coaching, Emotional Healing and other support services which include provision of Shelter and Marriage Training.


We are committed to opening worlds of opportunities for the vulnerable in society, offering them quality education, healthcare, emotional support, and life skills training to prepare them for a brighter future and harmonious living in families.

Support Hopeful

We acknowledge the individual needs and circumstances of every child and treat them with kindness, understanding and respect.

Start Changing Lives

At The Potters Village We are committed to improving the lives of vulnerable women and children in our society.

Become a Volunteer Today

Join our cause and make a difference in your community! Become a volunteer today and help us create positive change.


The organization has various needs such as the completion of the Girls’ Dormitory, Storage Facility, Administration Block, construction of the Classroom Block and a School Bus.

Agric Business

We have acquired 13 acres of land which we intend to use for the crop and animal farming.

Bakery Business

This project started in the year 2016 but came to a halt due to limited logistics such as Rolling Machine, Mixing Machine, Delivery Van, among others to

Since 24 years we have been helping children and women in need in Ghana and beyond.



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Vocational School

We intend to use part of the 10-acre land we acquired at Aburi for a vocational school, to train some of