The community of Cape Three Points is located on the most southern point of Ghana, a small fishing village depending mostly on farming and the sea to survive. The people that inhabit the village are Nzima and have lived on the same land for many many generations. They are a proud people, holding tight to their culture as the threats of losing it grows around them. The problems facing the community are many: health care, rapid development of coastal lands, lack of educational resources, unemployment, threats of displacement from a multi-national oil company and inaccessibility to roads, markets and hospitals. A better academic and vocational education is the first step in resolving the issues that threaten the lives and future of the village. There are no high schools in Cape Three Points or in any of the neighboring villages or towns, making it almost impossible for parents to put their children through higher levels of schooling. Most families are living in severe financial poverty, unable to pay for transportation to the larger towns where schools exist, let alone pay for fees, books, housing and meals. Last year only one child was able to pass the exam given to all middle school students of Ghana, that decides whether they are able to continue to high school or not. As you can imagine many students are left behind, with no skills or hope to improve their life through education. Many travel to the cities and larger towns to hustle, in hope of selling goods, carrying loads, or finding work that will allow them to learn a skill. Some start fishing or farming and manage to keep content working the land. Others turn to violence or prostitution never to return to their families again. Our aim is to encourage the youth to take action in improving the lives of the people around them through education, sports and the arts.