The Savior Children Foundation in Kasoa Ghana was founded in 2011 by Patrick and Patience Nwodobeh to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor, address gender inequality and human rights. The school provides breakfast and lunch to over 600 students daily, as well as over 60 orphans who live on campus full time.

The current facilities consist of two cauldrons being cooked over open flames with little more than an awning separating the cooking area from the where the children play . Until the borehole is drilled, the only available water is hauled in large buckets from a tank that collects water when it rains. This makes it difficult to keep not only the plates and utensils hygienic, but the cooking and prep area as well. Building an adequate kitchen facility will greatly improve the ability to provide healthy meals in a sanitary environment for all of the children.