Breaking the Chain Through Education is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to eradicating child slavery in Ghana, Africa.
So far we have rescued 30 children, who have been returned to their families and are now attending school, some for the first time. We will continue to rescue children who have been trafficked and restore them to a life of dignity and education.
We have built a school for 250 children, and we have helped to provide teacher housing and school supplies. We will continue our mission, but we need your help!
To read more about the history and goals of BTCTE and how you can be a part of this remarkable journey, please read through our site.
Meet some of our Children
Bernice is a fun loving thirteen year old who was rescued by BTCTE in 2011. She is passionate about science. BTCTE has pledged to cover the costs of her secondary and university education so that she can become a nurse. With the help of financial assistance from our organization her mother has created a thriving oyster business to help support her family.
Andrews, an intense boy of fourteen, was rescued in 2008 after many years of bondage in the fishing industry. While working, he fell on the edge of a boat and severely damaged his spine, making walking difficult. After his rescue, he underwent two successful operations and is now able to play soccer. He continues to study and attend school.