BRAVEAURORA currently supports the village of Guabuliga in the North of Ghana with several projects regarding village-development. The initial project was the "Reintegration“ of the village's orphans into their existing family-structures.

BRAVEAURORA wants to offer all children in Guabuliga perspectives for the future, not just the orphans. This is why projects in the areas of Education, Health, Social Infrastructure, Livelihood-Promotion and Environment are offered.


To get a better overview, here you can see our projects based on our five pillars:


BA_Project Mapping_E_2015 CD


 Note.: The project with the broken lines is planned for the near future


Guabuliga – an African village

Guabuliga lies in the West-Mamprusi district in the north-east of Ghana and has a population of about 6000 people. The inhabitants of Guabuliga speak the local dialect "Mampruli" and English – the official language of Ghana. Guabuliga consists mainly of traditional clay huts, which are typical for the north of Ghana and especially for the Mamprusi Area.

The capital of the west-mamprusi district is called Walewale. The town is located in a distance of 20 km from Guabuliga. A sand-street, which is heavily damaged after the rainy season, connects Guabuliga with the neighbouring village of Wulugu (15 km distance). Wulugu is connected to the main street leading through the north of Ghana. The biggest city in the vicinity of Guabuliga; Bolgatanga is located in 70 km distance. Bolgatanga is the capital of the Upper East Region and is located in the north at the border to Burkina Faso.

The population of Guabuliga live mostly on subsistance farming (especially corn, beans, rice and yams). Guabuliga has a public school with English as the official school-language. The natural vegetation in the West Mamprusi District consists of tree-savannah with Baobab and Shea-nut trees. The lower vegetation is dried up by the sun during dry season (October – April).