Serving education needs in West Africa

Our Mission, Our Work

Education is the key to a better life. Never has that been more evident than it is today in West Africa. So, that simple fact is what energizes charitable nonprofit organization E-quip Africa to collect (and refurbish) computers and school supplies for distribution to schools in this African nation that honors its traditions even as it builds and strengthens an economy clearly focused on the future.

A friendship between a former U.S. Peace Corps volunteer and a parish priest in Tarkwa, Ghana, West Africa, which began in the late 1980s has grown into E-Quip Africa — firmly rooted in Willmar, Minnesota, but spreading throughout Central Minnesota and the metropolitan Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

  • Ghana, Jesus boat
    These colorful fishing boats are seen all along the coast of West Africa. Some of the hardest working men you'll ever see go out daily to cast their nets and bring the catch to market later in the morning.

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  • E-quip Africa Projects in 2019 (11/6/2018) - E-quip Africa has two projects in the works for the start of 2019: Project Click-A-Mouse Youth Crime Watch Liberia Project Click-A-Mouse is headed up by our friend and board member, Kenneth (Kofi) Wutoh and centers in the Volta Region of Ghana near the village of Kpando. Kofi’s project goal is to equip the Kpando schools … Continue reading "E-quip Africa Projects in 2019"

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