OAK Foundation forms and administers the PAM Girls Clubs in Senior High Schools in high-risk communities. By high-risk, we mean communities with high rates of female dropout. The PAM Girls Club is the vehicle through which OAK Foundation and its Volunteers offer mentorship and counselling services to young girls. Through this Club, we also provide extra tuition and other academic support services to young girls to enable them to stay in school and perform well in their studies. We also offer leadership training and extra-curricular services to help our girls become school and community leaders.
Our Mentorship Program was created with the purpose to help young people discover their purpose, fulfill their potential and "be the change they want to become''
The Eagle Ladies Club is OAK Foundation’s flagship program targeting young ladies who are enrolled in the various tertiary institutions in Ghana.
It is through the Eagles Ladies Club that we achieve our mission of enhancing the professional and career prospects of young women. We also use this platform to grow female leaders.
The work we do through the PAM Girls’ and Eagle Ladies Club enables us to deliver our objective of reducing drop-out rates of young girls in the Senior High and Tertiary Schools in high-risk communities while improving their pass rate in core subjects. Ultimately, this should set us on the path of producing highly educated professionals and entrepreneurs from these disadvantaged social groups.