We design and deliver global citizenship programmes in Ghana

Enabling a confident and skilful next generation of change makers

We are an education charity. We use the SDG’s as learning themes to engage students in experiential learning and critical thinking about themselves, their community and the world around them. Our students are 10 – 15 year olds from peri-urban communities in Ghana. 

Move The World is really making a difference.

Our Impact so far

are girls
1 %

"A sail boat not a speed boat"

Our Story

In 2015, Move The World’s founders Megan Taylor and Claire Hardy first visited the Dagara Music Centre in Medie, Ghana with a group of professional dancers from London. They embarked upon leading the first of 6 dance and development experiences focussed on artistic exchange, personal development, and volunteering. 

Through their developing relationship with the community, and discussions with local stakeholders it was clear that the quality of education was not equipping young people with the skills to address the complex challenges they were going to face personally, locally and globally. The community asked for support and eager to help they initially ran one-off workshops and provided facilitation training to enable more effective and engaging teaching; students and teachers alike found it super valuable. 

It was out of this that Move The World was born, and has since designed and developed it’s own global citizenship curriculum, partnering with schools, training local facilitators and supporting over 1000 children to learn, think and act more thoughtfully about the challenges they are facing.

Our Programmes

Get Global

Our very first programme, for students aged 10-12, focussed on SDG’s 1-6. Locally trained facilitators lead students through a 7 month programme; each session has a different theme and activities to support understanding and engagement on the topic.

Get Local

Our new, follow on programme, for students aged 13-15, focussed on SDG’s 7-12. Our facilitators support students to engage in project based learning to understand and address issues facing their community. 


Our interactive facilitator training is provided to young people in the community who wish to become Move The World facilitators as well as teachers and community leaders who can use these skills to better deliver their work.


We are so grateful to our community of donors who have supported our small charity in getting as far as we have. If you would like to join our family, and help us increase our impact, donate here!

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Partners & Funders

Our Family

Our Core Team

Claire Hardy
(Managing Director)

Sarah Aseidu (Programmes Lead)

Margaret Osei
(Community Liaison Officer)

Caroline Capon
(Finance & Funds Officer)

Hawa Tasala Gariba
(Social Media Officer)

Amanda Minett
(Grants Manager)

Patricia Acquah
(M&E Officer)

Our Facilitators

Helen Quansah

Michael Woma

Rebecca Henyo

Emmanuel Woma

Alex Agbedu

Our Board

Kellie Lucas

Emmanuel Mumuni

Alyssa Simon

MamiSerwaa Amoakohene

Abigail Bulley

Naa Ayorkor Aryeetey

Jamal Adomako

Enoch Lomo Dameteye

Lawrencia Awuku

Genia Kolb

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